Artificial intelligence is not new in the world, but global computerization and the emergence of the Internet accelerated the use and development of this technology in everyday life.
Over the next ten years, this technological breakthrough will provide about 100 million jobs and will have some of the professions they have not even heard about today.
An artificial intelligence scientist from the Netherlands' IT company, Sanne Meninge, came to Lithuania to report on the future, and the use of artificial intelligence is rising every year, and the public's skepticism about this issue is groundless.
"I understand that there is great concern for these people, but these fantastic movies and compilations introduce this technology as a" future tragedy. " Everything is different – today we are dependent on artificial intelligence, which helps us to travel, frequently uses the voice assistant "helper" at home, asking for a meal, answering questions about the weather or the person's agenda in the yard. Each year, the dependence on artificial intelligence increases, but does not mean it's going to be bad, "Manning said.
Sanne believes that artificial intelligence is fraudulently removed from our work. According to him, artificial intelligence allows to automate united work that will affect people's everyday activities.
"Lightweight operation, which is a series of duplicative actions that can be characterized by the algorithm, will be automated. Now we can scan tickets in the airports and when we go to the library to get the book and return the book, we are not librarians because these processes are automated. However, this does not mean that children are taught by computers. Without the help of computers, children will find it easier to find information, but most people will work, "says Manning.
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The Netherlands Sunn Menning is one of the most talented specialists in the field of neurology and artificial intelligence. He has graduated several world-class universities and has improved his education at Harvard and Oxford Medical and Information Technology Institutes. S. She says she has never dreamed of working with IT after graduating from school.
"After school, I went to a university where I studied industrial management, but from the beginning I did not like it or studios. At the same time, I began to engage in sports and participate in running competitions, and I became more interested in the human body and its capabilities. Of course, everything had to be re-started – I started to study neurology, and in the course of my research I had to work with statistics and data. That's why I like this science. "
During the study, Sunna worked hard to analyze the human brain and its activities. The Netherlands has also undergone cancer screening for several years: "Artificial Intelligence is well developed in medicine: programs and available data can determine that people are at increased risk of developing various diseases. The vast amount of data has become my customary routine – and I've been deeply involved in machine learning and large data technology. "
Sanne is currently one of Macaw's largest scientists working with artificial intelligence for various projects. She says that her daily work can not be romantic, like many people.
"80% of my working hours is data control and unnecessary sharing of data. Then, with the data, we know where to use them, and how their owner can benefit. It's a tough job, but I'm glad to meet new challenges and innovations every day, and I work in my favorite region, "Manning said.
In addition to working in Macaw, Sandé works at the Dutch Bicycle Academy, where athletes are prepared to compete.
"I've been on the bicycle for a long time – it's a great game – you can surprise yourself with nature and enjoy sports. I do not often go now, but I'm contributing to the training of athletes – psychology, physical fitness. It's a great way of relaxing, "says Manning.