Artificial intelligence (AI) is a common term and used in a variety of organizations, but it is still not in everyone’s dictionary. This interesting topic came to us from MENA FN in their article, “Artificial Intelligence(AI)is still not in everyone’s dictionary.”

Almost all new technologies now make use of AI, but despite this ubiquity, a recent study discovered that most consumers don’t have a clear idea of what it actually is. Approximately 72% of the respondents have some kind of fear about AI, while 24% are worried of robots taking over the world.

It is just nerd talk. AI is a branch of computer science dealing with the simulation of intelligent behavior in computers, which basically means the capability of a machine to imitate human behavior and act like them.

SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently announced that his new company Neuralink is looking at ways to connect computers with human brains to enable information exchange.

The biggest challenge is to break the language barrier and make the machines interact using language. Better language understanding will make the tech more beneficial.

Melody K. Smith

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