Technology law for sifting through vast documents, makes manufacturing

Technology has changed the way humans perform basic tasks and the
introduction of artificial intelligence helps to perform these tasks and
functions with or without human intervention by automation as artificial
intelligence, which could be an intelligent machine or a computer program,
tends to act like humans. The term “artificial intelligence” was first used by
John McCarthy in 1956 when he held the first academic conference on the subject
of technology but the journey to understand if machines can truly think began
much before that. He defined Artificial Intelligence as “The science and
engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer
programs”. These machines are programmed with the abilities to learn, gain
knowledge and make decisions by identifying patterns which can be supervised or
unsupervised, reasoning and problem solving, abilities to manipulate and move
objects etc. Artificial intelligence excels at frequent high-volume tasks which
human beings tend to spend a lot of time on and are capable of far more complex
applications, like grading essays and diagnosing diseases. Artificial
intelligence can be used in any sector of the world; in education for
automating grading, in law for sifting through vast documents, makes
manufacturing easy by integrating robots into workflow, applications such as
Turbo tax gives financial advice and in health for diagnosing diseases. Robots
often use data with thousands or even millions of examples, each of which has
been programmed with the right answer. The system can then be programmed with
an algorithm to look at new scenarios. If everything goes well, the machine
will be able to predict right answers with a high rate of precision. Machines, however
can’t compete with humans in hands-on situations like creativity and invention.
This is where humans beat artificial intelligence. Machines only follow the
algorithm programmed by humans. They can’t alter or delete any of these codes.
Humans, therefore, in the future must be more creative as there have been talks
of humans losing jobs to machines in the future over the years. Machines are
here to stay humans must embrace them, work with them and find ways to create
jobs and inventions around them. Computer programmers use a system called deep
learning to give artificial intelligence these capabilities. This kind of
learning is usually unsupervised and the data to be learned is somewhat
unstructured and unlabeled. The power for robots to think is an essential part
of artificial intelligence and has always been a major focus of AI research. The
20th century has been an “age of data” where information has been
gained in huge sums with the application of artificial intelligence. Some
experts even believe that that Moore’s law is slowing down to some extent but
the increase in technology has certainly not lost any momentum. In the
immediate future, artificial intelligence is looking like the next big thing
even currently, with regards to developments in biometrics, medical
instruments, social media, inventions in driverless cars and even electric
cars. The main role of artificial intelligence over the years is to search
complex human tasks and to create an algorithm to easily perform that
particular task.