Artificial Intelligence has entered our lives very densely, even though we may not even pay attention to it. Chances are you’ve used AI technology even to read this information, and you’ve encountered it on your way to work, chatting online with friends, doing online shopping, or searching online.
The field of transport
Artificial intelligence helps reduce commuting times, for example, Google Maps analyses traffic speeds, takes into account traffic incidents, and suggests possible diversions routes.
AI is also actively used in passenger transport in taxis. It helps to calculate arrival times and estimated delivery times. Here, too, modern technology helps to detect fraud and avoid price hikes.
Artificial intelligence is being used extensively on modern aircraft. Right now, during a Boeing flight, an aircraft is on average only 7 minutes under human control, and the rest of the time its movement is determined by autopilot.
In the future, AI is expected to be able to reduce travel times by several times. The use of unmanned cars will help reduce the number of accidents by 90%, as well as reducing waiting time in traffic jams.
Already, AI technologies effectively filter out spam inboxes (Gmail does 99.9% of the job) and help distinguish user preferences for, particularly important mail. In the near future, AI is expected to be able to use intelligent responses to emails, offering the user several relevant options to choose from.
Artificial intelligence helps to predict and prevent fraudulent transactions, as well as make decisions about extending credit to customers. Thanks to these capabilities, AI is already significantly reducing banks’ losses.
And in the near future, robots will apparently be able to give intelligent investment advice, which will help to increase profitability many times over and avoid unnecessary risks.
Artificial intelligence is used by humans in different areas of life. It helps to monitor health and find the most effective ways to combat disease. In everyday life, AI helps increase profitability in agriculture, and on a global scale, it enables safe and highly informative exploration of space.