Elon Musk wants to fix disability, replace language as we know it, and use brain implants to usher us into a telepathic world. And he wants the first part of this to be done in the next four years. All of this could theoretically work, experts say. But probably not on the timeline that Musk has set.
If you have seen the movie'Iron Man', you might remember Tony Stark's home computing system J.A.R.V.I.S; an artificially intelligent home computing system that took care of everything from the home's heating and cooling systems to Stark's hot rod in the garage. It looked pretty great on screen, but unlike to AI technologies today, Stark's AI assistant:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become the latest buzzword in the IT industry. Everything from the dishwasher and fridge to TVs and cars has become connected due to the Internet of Things (IoT), and with AI, many think that these products are going to think like human beings. Computers have certainly become more intelligent. In 2016, Google's AI software called AlphaGo finally beat one of the top Go players in the world, a feat that had been thought to be impossible as Go is very complex.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a concept that has a long standing tradition in the realm of science-fiction, popularized by Hollywood movies and iconic writers such as Isaac Asimov. However, AI has also received increased attention in recent years following news of progress in the field and the prospect of new, tangible, innovation such as self-driving cars. The Internet has played an important role in these developments, particularly as the platform for AI enabled services – some with significant implications for the continued development of a trusted Internet.
Without loads of data, we have problems that not even the most intelligent machine learning systems can solve. Simple directions become extremely difficult without a destination. Navigating and processing a healthcare claim is impossible without a payer identified. Finding the best vet for a pet is difficult without knowing the species.