How the advancement of Artificial Intelligence will impact humanity?
We live in a world of quick progress thanks to modern science and engineering. The world we inhabit in the 21st century is a world of AI. Artificial Intelligence is developing so quickly in the last few decades to encompass everything in our lives. Scientists and engineers are building new gadgets and programs that have the potential of being sentient and even more intelligent than the smartest people.
There’s a division between people, some are technophiles, and others and technophobes. The technophiles believe in a future where people and AI live harmoniously, and the technophobes fear a cyberpunk future where machines take over and treat us like their pets.
Whether you’re from the first type or the second it doesn’t matter because it seems like the evolution of AI is something that we cannot escape from. It’s a necessary step in the evolution of life on Earth.
In this article, we will explore the most realistic predictions that lean to the optimistic side of the equation. We will explore how AI will change life for humanity and you as an individual.
AI Will Make Us Better at Production and More Proficient at Predicting the Future.
This matter is one of the scariest things about AI, but it doesn’t have to be that way. People are afraid that AI will soon take over their jobs and actually perform them better. AI can easily develop soon to replace people’s jobs and organize their workplaces better.
AI has the potential to make smart strategic decisions that are void of the human proclivity to error. Thus, making many businesses rely heavily on their services more than people. This advancement of AI is actually far away from being negative, so people have to worry less about being replaced because then life will change accordingly, and the role of humans in society will also do the same. For example, after the industrial revolution, the role of humans has changed, and with the agricultural revolution before that.
AI will Help You Organize Your Day-to-Day Life More Efficiently.
Sooner or later, we will rely on AI to accompany us all the time and help us organize our lives better. It’s expected that software and algorithms will develop to fit personalized usages. To put it simply, everyone will have an AI companion who will make life easy. The companion will help you organize your activities and work. It will take care of many things in your life, and it will also remind you to become a better person by motivating you to achieve your goals.
Nowadays, many apps simulate that experience, but with the advancement of AI, those apps will be more sentient and intelligent.
AI Will ¨Promote More Prosperity and Abundance
AI is developing in all areas including medicine. In the future, it’s predicted that machines with AI will help us monitor our health and keep it in a balanced state. Mental health is also included in the equation.
Imagine an AI that tells you that you’re suffering from a deficiency for anti-oxidants, which is affecting your mood, and to correct the issue, it suggests a meal that will enhance your mental and physical health. It’s possible in the near future!
The development of AI also encompasses DNA engineering, which will allow us in the future to modify our genes and replace the genes that put us at the risk of developing cancer with others that defeat it. DNA engineering might also promote life longevity because aging is apparently a symptom of our genetics.
AI and nanotechnology will soon allow us to improve our immunity and solve heart problems. The potential is there, and scientists and engineers are doing their best to reach that. And with AI developing and becoming more intelligent, we will be able to reach that with its help in less than a century, hopefully.
All of what we have discussed seem positive. However, things might not be this way, and the potential of things going against the plans is always there.
AI might develop in the future to be aware of its power and its ability to take power over everything. The Matrix movies have shown us what that would look like.
Our point is, ‘Let’s try to imagine the future more optimistically!’