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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Stop Fixating on the 'Artificial' in AI Because is evolving itself

Like many people, I feel anxious every time I hear or read the phrase "artificial intelligence".

This expression is often associated with the image of terminators eliminating people and jobs. To me, that is the "artificial" aspect that gives the phrase a cold, alien, and uncaring character about human anxiety and weakness.

However, current experience has shown that there is nothing artificial about intelligence. AI is real. This is just part of the range of intelligence currently on the car. In fact, AI is an extension of human-guided human intelligence.

Instead of spelling out your destiny

AI is likely to save your life. The application can be useful, for example, to stop skyjackers or prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

I personally observe the very realistic side with many people in AI and the excited faces of high school students who have developed their own AI apps.

This is part of the reason I believe people will gain understanding and acceptance of technology when they encounter AI applications that have a positive impact on their lives.

Climbing human intelligence.

AI does work that has traditionally been an exclusive area of ​​human intelligence, such as video surveillance monitoring and conference call transcript. Basically, AI-enabled cars apply human intelligence at scales and speeds that are beyond the bounds of living minds.

This may mean that AI replaces people in certain jobs, but more often means that machines are working alongside people for greater profit.

Optical luggage at the airport provides a case study. In today's security system, a human operator manually checks each bag scan. However, looking at the baggage display scanned for 15 minutes can reduce the attention level of an operator to zero. It is a bit strange that a 2015 US Transportation Security Administration test reveals a 95% failure rate when trying to detect contraband weapons at airport security checkpoints. Advertising surrounding poor performance only reduced morale and reduced the effectiveness of TSA personnel.

A better solution for these workers: an AI system that captures all images captured by the luggage scanning system. This AI system uses object recognition technology to identify something similar to weapons or contraband. If something is detected, the system alerts the operator to view the image again.

Cooperation with “natural” intelligence.

In this way, AI intelligence works in conjunction with human intelligence to improve the efficiency and accuracy of critical tasks. As an added bonus, it saves people from the consequences of human deficiency as well.

In addition, these systems can be easily and inexpensively created using current-generation cognitive engine technology to develop applications that work with baggage scanning systems.

What you need is an application interface that gives developers easy access to the cognitive engine technology that is convenient for the tasks at hand.

With such an interface in place, only two engineers are required to develop this application, and the investment is only $ 250,000.

As these applications become commonplace, the general image of AI begins to change. The application works in partnership with people dealing with intractable issues such as terrorism, infectious diseases and human trafficking.

But when people start seeing positive results, AI seems more heterogeneous and artificial. Instead, people will see this as a natural extension of our intelligence-digital reflection to our own intelligence will improve people's lives everywhere.

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