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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is defined as a system of methods and rules that teaches computers to think and act like humans. One of these latest rapidly developing methods is “machine learning,” in which computers acquire decision-making and pattern recognition abilities.
With the ability to digitalize engineering data, AI is already impacting virtually every industry and is also a big driver for industries such as big data, robotics, and IoT, human-computer interaction, healthcare, manufacturing, and customer service. Machines intelligent enough to reason expand the horizon for new possibilities in human decision making, allowing humans to
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As machines become more sophisticated and become capable of learning more complex tasks, they will be able to support not only smart production lines and complex manufacturing tasks but will also be able to design and improve tasks over time—with little or no human intervention.
Robots have been used by automobile manufacturers on the production line for quite some time and have gone from completing simple engineering tasks to now handling many precision moves required for some of the most intricate parts of the process. AI programs can provide automation for low-value tasks freeing up engineers to perform higher-value tasks.
By using robust intelligence paradigms such as machine learning to discover patterns in the data, machines will be incredibly important to help with engineering judgment.
Machines which are intelligent enough to create other intelligent machines and be able to reason without human intervention are the ultimate goal, and this would have significant, and far-reaching implications.
The most recent notable work in AI which challenged human beings is DeepMind’s development of AlphaGo which had become smart and creative enough to defeat the former Go champion, whose retirement decision was motivation by the ascendancy of AI. With the new horizons being expanded by machine intelligence we are going to change the world more than anything in the history of mankind.
More than electricity. At Forth we are always looking to the future so look out for our updates on AI, and on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), coming soon.