AI tips and tricks
The impact of artificial intelligence on human happiness is an important question for all of us, as AI-enabled technologies are increasingly accompanying us in literally every waking moment. And each of us can gradually incorporate them into our lives, AI smarts will be an invaluable advantage for self-actualization and optimization.
Many of us already use artificial intelligence in the form of Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, or Cortana. And the development of the capabilities of these AI bots promises us an even greater convergence of modern technology. If you look at Alexa’s skills store (AlexaSkills) you can see quite a few interesting ideas about how automation can become a real life-long tip-off in everyday life.
For example, now that Covid restrictions have been lifted almost everywhere, you can use them to lead a more active social life.
Imagine having a fully integrated bot calendar at your fingertips to manage all your appointment questions. You enter data on how it’s preferable for you to meet the person (over drinks, dinner, in person, or via video call), and specify the best time to meet, taking into account travel time, food preferences, and other factors. The calendar bot then proactively evaluates logistics, masses of preferences, schedules make necessary reservations, and manages all changes that occur, informing meeting participants.
Another major factor in a successful future with artificial intelligence that can improve quality of life and self-actualization is increasing free time and pumping up different skills.
For example, sports enthusiasts can appreciate the following tiphook with AI: an app that gives instant feedback on what they can improve in their technique (hitting the ball, body movements, racket amplitude, etc.). You just need to record your workout or parts of it and the AI will analyze all aspects of your bodywork.
Food and cooking are always at the top of any list of common interests. And with artificial intelligence, you no longer have to think about what to make for dinner — there are new dishes and cooking tips in many AI apps related to cooking. Some services offer dietary improvement ideas to help manage chronic illnesses.