Since the early days of computers, scientists have striven to replace manual work with that of machines. Some think artificial intelligence (AI) could be humanity’s salvation, while others see it as a conquest. From Siri to self-driving cars, artificial intelligence(AI) is progressing rapidly mimicking the way humans learn and solve complex problems. Let us look at what the future has in store with AI.
1. Automating the mundane
Tedious jobs that are monotonous in nature can be bolstered with machines. They think faster than humans do and can be put to multi-tasking. Machine intelligence can be deployed to carry out dangerous tasks, since their frameworks can be adjusted, unlike humans. By their very nature, AI and automation eliminates the time invested in doing a tiring job. In truth, AI is touching our lives far more than any of us even realise.
2. Digital Assistance
With capabilities changing from scheduling and recording meetings to data entry, digital assistance has become pivotal. Today, they are beginning to do more than just simply making our personal lives easier. These assistants, like our own Cliq bots, help employees increase their efficiency and productivity by automating simple, repetitive tasks.
3. Zero room for error
Using artificial intelligence alongside cognitive technologies can help us make faster decisions. The phrase “human error” is commonly used because humans naturally make mistakes from time to time. When coded properly, computers and AI programs do not make these mistakes. With artificial intelligence, data could be processed error-free, no matter how big the dataset might be.
4. AI and your workplace
The relationship between automation and unemployment is a matter of hot debate, but according to Forbes, automation and AI are expected to create as many jobs as they displace. Not only will this increase in automation create many careers in the field, such as the data scientists who evaluate the decisions made by AI algorithms to eliminate any biases, but it is also worth noting there are countless jobs that require something AI cannot replace—a human touch.
5. Precise decision making
In today’s rapidly growing world, time is of the essence and the ability to make faster decisions is critical. Artificial Intelligence will change how we work by providing more data insights, which will result in better decision-making skills. This is important as decisions these days require that they be made faster thereby resulting in parallel evolution of broader and wider access to visualise data.
Whether by automating repetitive, tedious tasks or providing customised digital assistance, artificial intelligence can eliminate human error, help us make decisions quickly, and keep projects on track. Utilising AI and automation can help companies motivate and assist their employees. This can help then spend more time on complex, rewarding tasks, increasing success in all aspects. Thus AI for sure is a positive cycle that has the potential to power up verticals.