The Golden Age of Artificial Intelligence


Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be just as dangerous for humans as it is for humans. The famous physicist Stephen Hawking has given this warning long ago about artificial intelligence. That’s what former Google chairman Eric Schmidt said again. Google’s parent company is now called Alphabet. The institute is now conducting advanced research on artificial intelligence. Eric has been observing the rise of artificial intelligence from the very beginning. In his eyes, now is the golden age of investing in artificial intelligence. Today’s artificial intelligence will help cure diseases as well as enrich people’s lives. However, they can also be a tool to bring about the destruction of human beings. Therefore, he also suggested to make a policy with artificial intelligence device.

The success of last year’s Google’s Deep Mind Artificial Intelligence project has left many scientists worried. Scientists were surprised by the instantaneous response of two robots to a project in the Deep Mind AI program. The two robots became desperate to win their game. From these results it can be deduced, however, that one has to think before making a robot. It could also be that self-made robots become a threat to themselves. The more complex the Google team is building Deep Mind, the more greedy and aggressive it is. Researchers fear that the more artificial intelligence is added to the robots, the more it will learn from the environment and become more aggressive. A program called Alfago created by Alphabet in 2016 lost people and became the champion in this game.

Last year, Google’s program won four out of five games against the world’s greatest GoPlayer. Not only that, the program also introduces enough intelligence. Scientists are now asking the question, if artificial intelligence is created by making machines or robots, will it work as we say? Will the switch be in human hands, or will the device decide for itself? Wouldn’t it be a threat to mankind if the intelligence of the machine surpassed that of man?

Scientists say artificial intelligence, or AI, enables humans to behave like humans. The machine is slowly evolving with more advanced predictions using a method called machine learning. In addition, the device is able to make decisions similar to the human brain using a deep learning method called artificial neural network. It does not require human intervention to make a decision. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Different countries are investing heavily in making such devices. Nvidia in the United States is making advanced chipsets. The market for artificial intelligence is growing rapidly. According to research firm UBS, the revenue of the AI ​​sector will increase by 20 percent to 90 billion US dollars by 2025. Already Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet have begun to gain market advantage.

According to Eric Schmidt, there is a possibility of artificial intelligence as well as potential. Experts predict that the robot will be able to perform all human tasks by 2050. The robot will be able to complete 10 percent of the work by 2025. Its use is increasing in various business activities starting from stock market. Outside of that, the most promising field is defense. Countries have begun using artificial intelligence devices in their defense. We have already seen the use of semi-automatic drones. Now it is being fully automated with the help of artificial intelligence. In this case, the name of the United States and Russia will come first. The former chairman of Google said, In addition to defense, artificial intelligence is also being used in the development of sophisticated missiles. In the case of hypersonic missiles, the ability to make quick decisions is being overridden by

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