The AI in 30 years

Publié le 21/04/2022

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« The AI in 30years The AI (Artificial Intelligence) is becoming more and more important in recent years.

She causes a lot of questions for the future and also causes a general fear created by fiction in books and films that scientists and engineers try to minimise. However, this fear has been around for a long time and since the beginning of work on artificial intelligence in the 1960s.

But the general trend with AI is to try to predict what it will be like in the future, starting with imagining what it will be like in 2050, 30 years from now. The main question that remains about AI is whether it will replace humans: their jobs, their social relationships, their habits... Firstly, the question of employment is very important, even if it is difficult to imagine how AI will disrupt our jobs.

The development of AI in several sectors has already both eliminated jobs and created others.

For example, in the automotive sector, assembly lines no longer consist solely of AI-equipped robots that need engineers to operate.

In the future, the elimination of low-skilled jobs will continue and the demand for engineering and IT jobs will explode, creating a divide in society and accelerating inequalities. Nevertheless, AI can be seen from another, more positive point of view, such as in the medical sector: Already robots trained to perform specific medical tasks can discover diseases and, in the future, may be able to make accurate diagnoses and operate on patients thanks to their precision, their excessive knowledge and their tiny margin of error.

The sector of support for elderly and disabled people can also be much more effective.

Robots equipped with AI will be able to perform the most difficult tasks and will also be able to keep people occupied by playing with them or talking to them.

Like the "elliq" assistant robot, which is already on the market today.

Finally, in the military and security sector, soldiers may be entirely replaced by robots, which are also more efficient and do not involve human lives.. »


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