If we’re going to ask the question, “How did artificial intelligence change the world?” we should first look at the technology’s future. AI technology is already being used in many different fields, from self-driving trucks to concierge services. But if AI is used widely, it could ultimately remove 8 million jobs from the U.S. workforce. Meanwhile, jobs that previously required humans to do repetitive tasks will become less common, and require more human skills.
Originally developed in innovation labs, AI is now used in almost every major industry. From language translation to advertising to manufacturing, AI is improving our lives. By 2024, AI will surpass humans at many tasks, including translating and marketing languages. By 2030, autonomous vehicles will rule many European cities. Boeing is even building their own autonomous jetliners. If we can get our cars to drive themselves, what is next? And what will happen to us?
A computer could not store and process enough information at the same time, and it couldn’t handle the amount of information. And it couldn’t make decisions fast enough. The transition from an agricultural economy to an industrial one had a similar impact. Though people eventually came back out of the depression, the effects were huge in the short term. That’s why research in AI has been so important. It’s changing our world forever.
AI is changing our jobs and our lifestyles. More people need food. AI is advancing in the field of agriculture, and it will improve the way that farmers grow their crops. By 2050, robots will be able to perform many tasks with ease. These robots will work like drones, and will share farm images in real time with farmers. Ultimately, AI is becoming the fundamental approach to solving every problem in the world today.