The Wonders of Artificial Intelligence?

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Artificial Intelligence, or AI, has emerged as a transformative technology that is changing how we live and work. AI can automate repetitive tasks and free up time for more meaningful work (which I think it’s great!), and this has increased productivity and efficiency in many industries. With its ability to learn and adapt, AI is helping us solve some of the world’s biggest challenges and improve our lives in countless ways. 

AI can analyse large amounts of data quickly and accurately, and this has led to breakthroughs in fields such as climate science, where AI is being used to model and predict the effects of climate change. AI is also used in finance to identify patterns and make more informed investment decisions. AI is also used to improve our daily lives in ways we may not even realise. Citing an example, I use Siri a lot; it understands and responds to requests, making my life more convenient, but won’t it create complacency? Or too much reliance?

There are so many benefits of AI, and I believe as it continues to evolve, it will undoubtedly bring even more benefits to our lives. From improving healthcare outcomes to advancing scientific research, the potential of AI is limitless. By embracing this technology and using it responsibly, we can create a brighter future for ourselves and future generations. 

However, my husband still complains about mobile phones. He craves a simpler world where we can connect and make meaningful friendships, not glued to our phone screens for hours on end. Now we have automated cars, but there are still some people wary of all these technological advancements etc. As technology advances and life is simplified, what would happen when one of them goes rogue? I’ve watched too many sci-fi films!

What do you think of AI if you’ve read this article up until now? What do you think will happen in the next 10 or 20 years? Would humans be relegated to the background? Would we become fat and lazy as AI does everything for us?

I’ve read countless articles and watched several videos on the benefits of AI, and for those of us working in the creative industry, it may be revolutionary. Nevertheless, I’ve lived long enough to know nothing good comes easy. I wonder what will happen in the tech industry in the next 50 years. 😊

I’m keen to read your thoughts.

Much love, always!


8 comments on “The Wonders of Artificial Intelligence?

  1. Artificial intelligence is here to stay. We might as well get used to it.
    Christy Nelson

  2. danniehill says:

    My smart phone is smarter than me. I worry that AI and robotics will take away too many starter jobs from young and old people. They can be helpful in science and technical functions

    • Seyi Sandra says:

      Thanks for your comment Dannie. You’re quite right, many jobs will become nonexistent soon. However, AI has several benefits as listed in the article and as you’d rightly written. Have a lovely weekend.😊

  3. adamjasonp says:

    It’s hard for me to say things will improve in overall use. Some of the advancements in science have been remarkable, finding formulae for molecules and new antibiotics… But it is magical thinking that something so resource hungry—as training large models can take rooms of supercomputers to do in a short enough time—can ever come close to nature. And antibiotics aren’t always necessary if people avoid high-carb/processed foods.

    The limits of perception and time constraints / impatience will always be there with human beings. And that is an advantage for when bad actors want to social engineer people into thinking AI/neural networked results including fake images and videos are tricked into thinking they’re real.

    People need to spend less time on their phones and avoid unnatural processed stuff. To just be real and healthy, more time spent wisely.

    • Seyi Sandra says:

      I love your final statement: ‘People need to spend less time on their phones and avoid unnatural processed stuff. To just be real and healthy, more time spent wisely.’ That’s what my husband’s stance on AI, digital revolution etc. I believe balance is crucial in life.
      Thanks for your comment and I hope you’ll have a great week ahead.☺️

  4. Klausbernd says:

    Hi Seyi
    We use AI in our lives everywhere and we are very happy that it exits. We use ChatGPT for checking the net quickly, Dina uses it for editing her photos, we love it in our car etc. But we see we have to learn how to use it and it learns with us. In our life it’s an improvement, we can do tasks quicker and we have the feeling even better. People criticise it’s not ‘real’ but what is ‘real’? What we call reality is virtual anyhow. It’s a highly subjective picture of our own perception.
    Thanks and keep well
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Seyi Sandra says:

      Hello Klausbernd,
      Thanks for your detailed response. You’re right, AI has revolutionised content creation, data collations etc. It’s just learning to use it to our advantage as you’d rightly written. Thanks again for visiting my site and have a great week ahead!☺️😊

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