By 2020, Gartner estimates that "consumers will manage 85% of their relationships with enterprises without ever interacting with a human." So, the question becomes, who will they interact with? The answer is simple - some type of artificial intelligence (AI). While no one knows for sure how this will impact different businesses, industries, and the economy overall, that certainly hasn't stopped businesses from jumping on the train. According to Narrative Science, 62% of organizations will adopt AI by 2018.
Devices like Google Home are great for use in the kitchen. They're powered by artificial intelligence-backed smart assistants that can help with simple queries like how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon or even provide full recipes for delicious meals. Google Home is now much better at helping out in the kitchen. Google today announced that it has increased the number of recipes available on Google Assistant, which powers Google Home, to more than 5 million.