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Explaining Artificial Intelligence series - part 2

In first part of Explaining Artificial Intelligence series we wrote about concepts of Artificial Intelligence. In part 2 we will touch areas where AI is already contributing to society. Here are some common fields of daily life where AI is frequently used:

  1. Smartphones and Personal Assistants: AI-powered voice assistants like Siri (Apple), Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa use natural language processing to provide information, perform tasks, and control smart devices.

  2. Online Shopping: E-commerce websites employ AI for product recommendations, dynamic pricing, fraud detection, and chatbots to assist customers.

  3. Health and Fitness: Wearable devices and apps use AI to track and analyze health data, provide fitness recommendations, and detect irregularities in vital signs.

  4. Language Translation: AI-powered translation tools and apps like Google Translate help users communicate in different languages.

  5. Healthcare: AI is used in medical imaging (e.g., MRI and X-ray analysis), electronic health records, drug discovery, and patient data analysis to aid in diagnosis and treatment planning.

  6. Finance: AI-driven chatbots provide customer support, robo-advisors offer investment advice, and fraud detection systems help protect financial transactions.

  7. Voice and Speech Recognition: AI-driven speech recognition technology is used in applications like virtual meetings, transcription services, and voice-activated devices.

  8. Manufacturing and Industry: AI was used to optimize manufacturing processes, predict equipment failures (predictive maintenance), improve quality control, and enable robots and automation in factories.

  9. Energy and Utilities: The energy sector used AI for optimizing energy consumption, grid management, and predictive maintenance of infrastructure such as power plants and pipelines.

  10. Agriculture: AI was employed for precision agriculture, helping farmers optimize crop yields, monitor soil conditions, and make data-driven decisions on planting and harvesting.

As you can see from list you might be using some of technologies powered by AI without even releasing it. I would like to end this post with a video from Microsoft how AI helps farmers.

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