Artificial intelligence was previously known as the realm of science fiction, not generally in a good way, but today it forms an integral part of our lives. Even though it doesn't replicate human thought processes, it adds a critical layer of intelligence to our day-to-day lives.
If you have ever used a chatbot to schedule a doctor's appointment, drive music recommendation or had a spam or malware notification, you've benefited from the advancements in AI.
All of these technologies, from digital assistants like Siri and Alexa to self-parking, and soon self-driving, cars depend on the use of algorithms that 'learn' more about you and your environment through every interaction.
Vaughn Naidoo, Altron Managed Solutions CTO, comments that the impact these services have on our lives is only starting to become evident. As AI improves, the ability to automate many mundane tasks will change the nature of the workplace.
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