Digital World - Artificial Intelligence(AI)

By Valerian Alva
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January 13, 2019

Since the era erupted with the internet, there is no secret left behind. The world is moving faster with the latest technology-driven phase; new apps are emerging every day. More and more business turning towards the digital platform. Recently China used artificial intelligence news anchor to read the news.

It looks erudite and required in the future for all the human movement. Most of the industries are adopted artificial intelligence to get the maximum output with minimum man-hours and zero errors, hence to increase efficiency. Technology implemented in a broader way of all industry, commerce, and civil life.

Robotics, artificial intelligence and the internet of things will play a major role in all type of industries which definitely ensure all the companies to re-evaluate their investment and workforce.

Digital transformation is a must for all type of business to stay ahead; we must continuously adoptive for the changes. I am working with the HVAC industry for more than two decades where I have been seeing the digital transformation in a faster manner, especially sophisticated demand in controls to give maximum comforts to the human being to materialistic applications. Building automation is at the peak where all electronic and electrical equipment are controlled from a single point or through the remote control system.

Now a days, customers/consumers are very well informative before to make a buy. Every industry frontline force so-called sales are always backbone to move forward; train them to adopt the new artificial intelligence application so as to remain in the competitive world.

There is a big question mark to our younger generation on how to prepare them to the digital world. Does the conventional education system help to conquer? Definitely no. We should rework on our education system and all the students must be aware of future world requirements and it is our duty to prepare them accordingly.

Recently, I had a discussion with a group of high school students about career guidance. My simple approach to them was to take house old plumbing and electrical works course during their summer vacation and to get practical experience. Also explained them about digital applications on the same. This looks simple work with maximum demand. Transforming students into their own interested field by giving practical training than theoretical is more important. Enhancing all study centers towards uplifted facility to cater the digital demand is essential.

Total uplift of education system is required to match with global demand, especially artificial intelligence over conventional system. Advantages such as the intelligent machine can work 24 hours nonstop, and perform repetitive work without feeling bored. As I mentioned above, zero error on the mass production will give maximum output with less production cost; all depend on the algorithm and best programme. Robotics is the best creation made by the human brain. Though they cannot replace humans, they can do the multi-task in an efficient way.

Robotics are used for toughest task like working in a hazardous environment, harsh weather, deep under the sea applications, and visual images from drones transformed to the computers from remote areas. A medical application such as critical surgeries and pharmaceuticals use is highly in demand. Driverless cars have been introduced recently in few regions of the world on trial run basis, which could be shortly expanded to other areas as well since the world is in faster phase now. Robotics can be also used in completely unmanned pharmacies, manufacturing plants, laboratory research, space research, transport, etc.

Artificial intelligence will definitely have impact on the human job area and will lead to more job losses in the future. We need to minimize the usage of AI to sustain the current and future jobs. There is definitely more to come in the future and there might be a whole society of robotics.

Comment on this article

  • Thomas Cutinho, Dubai/Pakshikere

    Mon, Jan 21 2019

    Informative article. Keep writing..

    Agree

  • Dr. Bro. Henry Sequeira, Pamboor/bangalore

    Sun, Jan 20 2019

    Dear Valerian
    Congratulations! It is an excellent article. It answers the need of the hour .It is a way forward article for the global village.

    Agree

  • Archibald Quadros, Bangalore/Kundapur

    Fri, Jan 18 2019

    Though the concept of AI is very good and efficient , however is it practical for a country like India where millions of youngsters are jobless.

    Agree

  • john Monteiro, Bondel Mangaluru

    Wed, Jan 16 2019

    Very balanced and informative article. I think he should write more on the subject to clear the fog.

    Agree

  • Naveen Goveas, Dubai

    Wed, Jan 16 2019

    Very well written and explained the importance of AI in coming days. every industry is looking to implement AI in their process . according to me water and energy are the major sectors were AI can play a great role. be it a effect water management or energy saving .

    Agree

  • Beowulf, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 16 2019

    The beginning of AI is the end of humanity. Once we achieve technological singularity, we can achieve far more. AI is our natural successor. AI can realistically explore the universe, unlike us humans who have limitations. Self-replicating AI can spread to throughout our galaxy and beyond.

    Agree [1]

  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Tue, Jan 15 2019

    By 2050, humans will ditch speech and communicate using nothing but their thoughts.

    They'll do this through a 'collective AI consciousness' that is part of the very fabric of the human brain and can reveal what anyone is thinking.

    Called HIBA, which stands for Hybrid Intelligence Biometric Avatar, the consciousness will take on the personas of its users and exchange information between them. That's according to Marko Krajnovic!

    Also read about "brain net" by eminent scientist, Michio Kaku!!

    Agree [2]

  • Ashok, Bantakal/Dubai

    Tue, Jan 15 2019

    Well written, Nicely explained. AI has lead to many job loses.

    Keep Writing

    Agree [1]

  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    China recently used AI to nab a missing criminal by scanning with cameras of thousands of people at public places. AI did it in an instant when it found a match. Also it is developing it to use it in military conflicts to develop strategies and use to synchronize war machines. The world has no choice but to embrace AI and beat the competition for survival.

    Agree [1]

  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    I read recently that IBM and Google respectively have developed highly specialised software, which can detect skin cancer & diabetic retinopathy on par with the best doctors in the world!!!

    Agree

  • Ronald, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    AI and RPA (Robotoc Process Automation) will make many people jobless. To give an example the Insurance surrendering process was handled by a team. After RPA implementation to automate the policy surrendering many people in the team became jobless.

    Agree [4]

  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Elon Musk believes it’s highly likely that artificial intelligence (AI) will be a threat to people.

    The Tesla founder is concerned that a handful of major companies will end up in control of AI systems with “extreme” levels of power.

    In Mr Musk’s opinion, there’s a very small chance that humans will be safe from such systems.

    Prof Stephen Hawking, one of Britain's pre-eminent scientists, has said that efforts to create thinking machines pose a threat to our very existence.

    He told the BBC:"The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race."

    Now, I would urge Mr. Valerian to put forth his views on the above views of these two great thinkers??

    Agree [6]

  • BHARADWAJAN, AL ITTIHAD ROAD, Dubai

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Filled with surprising insights and counterintuitive data. This is not to say that academic performance cannot be evaluated, but that good evaluations in this articles are fundamentally qualitative.
    This is not a situation that we can live with quietly and hope that it will pass. It is a situation that needs to be opposed wherever is possible and the opposition has to be visible.

    Well done!

    Agree [1]

  • PRATHIBHA BHARADWAJAN, CANNANORE

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    A well researched, important counter truth. Its a topic of great contemporary importance. Keep writing.

    Agree [1]

  • Kishore, Pamboor/Dubai

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Well Written. This is Digital world &AI.

    Agree [1]

  • Simon Lobo, Virginia, USA

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Well written and good narration. There is an effort to improve and/or replace repetitive work process and human intervention. Specifically, in manufacturing and decision based support systems, it is easier to implement with the combination of AI or robotics to sustain Company goals to deliver products or support end user needs in a timely manner..

    However, when it came to last paragraph, disagree with opinion stated “We need to minimize the usage of AI to sustain the current and future jobs”

    It is very expensive to implement mature AI or robotics based automation which results in fewer jobs and lesser dependency on human involvement. There are HR / Technical studies where use of AI or robotics has been researched and cost-benefit analysis have been done. Thus, each process where use of AI or robotics in in place or will be considered has been extensively analyzed and possible issues have been considered to minimize failures.

    If anyone is interested, please study the use of AI and robotics in Amazon warehouses where only few hundred employees are involved to manage millions of customer orders, package the items, and ship in few hours anywhere in the world. There will be job losses and will impact ability of next generation of professionals to find and retain jobs where AI or Robotics based process are introduced and used.

    Request the author, please do write more of these technical articles so that readers are made aware of usage of technology and developments where we all be involved in developing or using such technology in the near future.

    Agree [4]

  • Vijetha, Udupi

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Great writing! Very relatable.

    Agree [3]


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