How AI will dominate every field in the next 20 years

Surya Chandana
7 min readOct 10, 2022

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AI will change the world in the next two decades

Introduction

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most exciting developments in technology today. Alongside new surveillance techniques, it will have an impact across every industry — and it’s not just about making your phone smarter or your car faster. AI will be used to improve our health, save lives and make life easier for everyone. It can even help us live longer — according to some experts, we could see a reduction in mortality rates as soon as 2030 thanks to AI technology. Here are some of my predictions for how AI will transform our lives over the next 20 years:

Machine learning will be the most transformational AI technology in the near future.

Machine learning is the most popular AI technique for data analysis, and it’s used in many applications. It can be applied to almost any problem you can think of — from creating a new algorithm for solving a problem, to improving an existing one by using machine learning techniques.

Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence refers to any system that exhibits intelligent behavior without being explicitly programmed by humans. Machine-learning algorithms can be trained on specific problems or tasks, then used over and over again with new cases until they get better at predicting outcomes than humans could ever hope for!

Artificial intelligence will make changes to the workforce sooner than you think.

As we’ve said before, AI is already changing the way we work. The question is: How much of that change will be for good and how much for bad?

One thing to keep in mind is that AI won’t replace all human workers. While it might make some jobs obsolete, other tasks will become more efficient as automation provides new ways of doing them — and those new ways may even allow us to do things that weren’t possible before!

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For example, IBM’s Watson health platform has been trained on millions of medical documents from experts around the world to help doctors diagnose diseases with greater accuracy than ever before. Instead of having only one person read through thousands upon thousands of pages worth medical information, using Watson allows multiple doctors working together at once (or even just one) because they all have access at their fingertips when needed during treatment planning sessions or surgery appointments: no more traveling back home every morning after surgery just so someone can pick up where they left off last night working alone while away from home due down time between treatments; instead now everyone’s always connected thanks

In healthcare, AI systems will soon be making diagnoses that are as good as human experts.

AI is already being used to make medical diagnoses. In the next few years, it will be able to do so faster and more accurately than human experts can.

AI will be able to learn from the data of millions of patients and detect patterns that humans can’t see. These systems will also be able to make better decisions than humans because they have access to a wider range of information about an individual’s health history, lifestyle habits and family history.

In personal finance, AI-powered tools will help us spend, save and invest our money more wisely.

In personal finance, AI-powered tools will help us spend, save and invest our money more wisely. This can be done because the technology is able to identify patterns in data that humans cannot see.

For example:

  • AI can tell if you’re spending too much on something.
  • It can also predict how much you’ll need in order to retire comfortably at a certain age (or earlier).
  • And it will make sure your savings are structured properly so that they grow faster than inflation. The result? A more secure retirement!

AI will help supercharge space exploration.

AI will help supercharge space exploration. It can do this by helping us find planets and moons around other stars that are suitable for colonization, as well as finding lifeforms on those planets.

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AI is also being used to assist with data collection when it comes to studying the composition of exoplanets — planets outside our solar system — and their atmospheres. AI algorithms can be used to calculate what chemicals might be present in a planet’s atmosphere based on its mass and size, which can then be compared against what scientists expect based on current theories about how life develops on Earth (for example: if there is nitrogen present in an atmosphere, then perhaps there could be water).

The main advantage here is that AI doesn’t need human supervision or input from day one; instead it analyses huge amounts of information quickly so scientists don’t have spend hours crunching numbers manually after every observation!

Robots will soon be able to do much of the physical work in Many industries.

Robots will be able to do much of the physical work in Many industries.

In the next 20 years, robots will be able to do many jobs that today only humans can perform. For example, they’ll be able to weld and install pipes at construction sites without getting hurt by falling debris or electrocution. They’ll also be able to operate machinery safely without causing damage or injury — something which is currently impossible for humans because of their lack of dexterity and strength (or both). In addition, robots will be able to work in places where it’s too dangerous for humans: such as underground mines or deep sea research stations where there’s no air pressure available for breathing protection purposes!

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AI could help us find clever ways to use our planet’s finite resources.

You may have heard of the concept of “sustainability,” which is defined as “the ability to maintain a given system or environment under given conditions indefinitely.” The problem with this definition is that it assumes that there are no constraints on how much energy we use. In reality, however, there are some very real limits on how much energy we can extract from our planet’s finite resources — and even those limits would be exceeded if everyone consumed everything we could produce in one year.

So what does this mean for our future? What will happen when people start going into debt because they don’t have enough money? Or when everyone starts demanding more efficient ways of producing solar panels and wind turbines as well as storing their excess electricity (which will probably cost more than just buying batteries)? Well…

Self-driving vehicles are just around the corner.

Fully automated Self-driving cars are already being tested on the roads, and they will be available for purchase in the next few years. Self-driving cars are more efficient than human drivers because they can react to unpredictable situations faster and more accurately than humans can.

They will save lives and reduce traffic congestion by eliminating accidents caused by drunk driving or distracted driving. They also make commuting easier by reducing wait times at intersections that require traffic signals, which means fewer people have to sit idle in their cars while waiting for them to change colors (and there’s nothing worse than sitting around wondering why no one else is moving).

In a decade or so, many routine tasks at home and work could be handled by robots

In a decade or so, many routine tasks at home and work could be handled by robots. You’ll be able to walk into your living room and turn on a light by just saying “turn off the lights.” You can go online and see who’s calling you even if they’re not in the same building as you are — just by speaking with your voice-activated assistant. And if you want dessert before dinner, all it takes is one simple command: “order cake.”

Of course, these are just examples of what might be possible — robots will probably take over many more jobs than this over time. But it’s important to realize that we may never need human help again!

The next generation of AI will be social and emotional, not just logical.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of computers to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. It’s often used interchangeably with machine learning, since these terms are often used interchangeably and both involve an AI system performing some task.

However, there are differences between these technologies: while machine learning can help machines learn new things on their own, artificial intelligence requires something more, a program that understands human emotion and responds accordingly. This gives humans a greater degree of control over their AI systems — and it also makes them better at interacting with humans in general!

Artificial intelligence is going to revolutionize our lives over the coming decades in ways we can’t even imagine now

Artificial intelligence is going to revolutionize our lives over the coming decades in ways we can’t even imagine now. It’s not just about computers being able to perform tasks better than humans, but also about computers being able to do things that humans can’t do at all and as well as AI.

Conclusion

The world of artificial intelligence is about to change in ways we can barely imagine. From self-driving cars to robots that do our jobs for us, the future is looking increasingly bright. And it’s not just going to be about machines taking control of our lives; it will also be about how humans can use their creativity and skills with technology in order to make better use of this new age.

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Surya Chandana

Machine learning engineer, living and learning in Artificial Intelligence. You can find me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chandana-surya-332872193