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AI is Moving Into the Office

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly incorporated into our workplaces and daily lives. With this, it is expected to fundamentally upend the way office operations are performed with major concerns over how it will adversely affect employment. Despite the few concerns about the potential of AI to affect and disrupt office operations, it is poised to improve operations and significantly increase workers' productivity. From autonomous robots to virtual assistants, here are some ways that AI is moving into the office.


AI is Advancing Quickly in These Areas

The past two years have been among the most challenging ever witnessed in the history of humanity. They were full of untold suffering among citizens, businesses and governments across the globe. With the spread of the pandemic, which resulted in far-reaching health and safety restrictions, online work became the norm. This is where modern technology came into aid. One modern technology that has proven helpful during the pandemic is artificial intelligence (AI). AI applications played a critical role in saving lives and fostering economic resilience during difficult moments. With the potential of AI in different areas, this technology is advancing on many fronts with research and development to improve its capabilities of this technology. AI is now driving other industries, including autonomous driving, e-commerce and quantum computing. Here are some AI developments that will shape 2022 and beyond.


Get Past These Roadblocks to AI Implementation

There is a major disconnect between what people would want to do with AI and their potential to actually do it. With the rising number of companies now adopting artificial intelligence in their operations or planning to invest in it to enhance their products, operations, and services, this technology must be understood with regard to its potential and challenges. Get past these roadblocks to AI implementation and succeed in your implementation plan.


Blockchain Can Make AI Better  

AI and blockchain have proven to be quite a powerful combination that will improve almost every industry. These two technologies can offer exciting opportunities individually. However, when brought together, they may offer even more than anticipated. By combining the AI's predictive power and the robustness and security of blockchain, companies can develop smarter, safer, transparent and cost-efficient business automation systems. Blockchain and artificial intelligence are working together to upgrade all industries from transport and logistics, healthcare, financial security and food supply.


AI is Moving to the Edge

Edge computing has attracted a lot of interest and new use cases, especially with the rising adoption of 5G. According to the report by the Linux Foundation titled The 2021 State of the Edge report, the global market cap of edge computing infrastructure is expected to be worth more than $800 billion by 2028. Companies are also investing heavily in artificial intelligence, with a McKinsey survey of 2021 showing that 50% of the respondents have already implemented AI in at least one business function. Here are the developments in edge AI and how it will impact modern enterprises.


AI Is Expanding into Art  

New technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are changing different industries for the better. AI, for example, is altering the creative landscape, and industries like music, fine arts, science and architecture are getting the best out of it. Computational creativity, a study of building software with behaviour deemed creative, has become one of the fast-growing areas of technology over the past two decades. This software can be used for creative tasks like writing poems, composing music or painting pictures. 


AI Is Changing the Art Business

Art was traditionally known as the domain of artists — people who had trained, honed their craft, and often spent years perfecting their skills. Today, however, we are seeing significant changes in who is a “true artist”. Art has become democratized. Now anyone can create art using relatively inexpensive consumer technology. In fact, it is difficult to imagine an art studio that does not have some sort of consumer technology available for use.


AI Doesn't Always Get It Right  

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are two key technologies that have taken over almost every industry today. From self-driving cars, consumer products to industrial systems, smartphones and other home appliances, these technologies are developing faster than ever imagined. Despite the rapid developments, AI is still in the nascent stages and still faces major challenges. In such early stages, failures and mistakes are to be expected. While these mistakes or failures are understandable, some can be fatal. Here are some areas that AI still faces problems.


Machine Learning May Change Your 2022 Agenda

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are becoming household names in the world today. After taking over the tech industry, these two are among the most talked-about technologies in our homes and business circles. They are helping businesses achieve goals and make critical decisions. With the help of these technologies, companies can create innovative products and services. As we begin a new year, AI and ML will see several breakthroughs. Here are the top ML and AI trends you should watch in 2022.


AI is the Growth Sector for Jobs in 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) and data-related jobs are the biggest labor market winners in 2020 going forward. With the evolution of machines and the increasing automation that grew faster than anticipated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AI and big data specialists will be in high demand. A 2018 World Economic Forum (WEF) report titled “The Future of Jobs 2018” stated that machines and algorithms are expected to create about 133 million new roles while causing displacement of about 75 million jobs by 2022. Accordingly, the report indicated that over 50 million net new jobs will be created in the next few years. Although the pandemic has substantially affected many things, positive job growth in this sector is expected, and so is the shift in quality and location of the new roles. The pandemic has increased remote jobs as companies seek contractors who will get the job done remotely.


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