The Jay Files
Published in

The Jay Files

Algar Tech’s Second DT Week: Demystifying Artificial Intelligence with IBM Brazil

In the second lecture of this Thursday, we welcomed IBM’s Innovation Consultant, Eduardo Amaral to break some myths about artificial intelligence. Promising a dynamic and proactive presentation Eduardo explained that artificial intelligence does not necessarily need to be anything very technical. Rather it needs to bring people closer to the benefits of this technology.
Artificial intelligence requires a lot of learning, and all this learning requires time. But how does the machine learn? It learns through feedback, through positive and negative reinforcement, and through supervised or unsupervised curation processes. The more examples you give, the richer the model. This is why data is so important for artificial intelligence. The cognitive model is only valuable if there is plenty of data at hand.
One must, however, use this data wisely and make man and machine work together. From this relationship both sides stand to gain. If man has, with artificial intelligence, a support for jobs that would be exhausting, if not impossible, for the machine it would be impossible to optimise its results without the exchange of knowledge and experience acquired with the human being. For the alarmists it may take away some jobs, but it will create many others because of, exactly because of this symbiotic relationship. There will always be a need for man and this need will make new occupations appear in the labour market that until then we could not even imagine.

But where to start?

· Prioritize the problems
· Understand the usefulness of data: Without them the machine cannot generate positive results.
· Put the knowledge to work for you.
· Everyone has to participate.
· And, above all, be patient: The machine needs to learn, just like a child. No cognitive agent can understand everything in a day. We must be strategic enough to help artificial intelligence learn.




Here is Jhonatas Elyel’s portfolio

Recommended from Medium

A no-code ML-powered workflow on every desktop

Drum roll… Two exciting announcements.

How an IT giant used RPA to boost employee productivity

Your Customer Service Sucks and It’s Not Your Chatbot’s Fault

Tech Talk Series: Day 02 — A.I for Everyone

Can the USA Regain Control of AI Startup Race from China?

How to combat the fear of AI

How is AI being used in space exploration?

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Jhonatas Elyel

Jhonatas Elyel

PT: Escritor e historiador 🕰👨🏻‍💻 ENG: Writer and historian 👨🏻‍🏫⏳

More from Medium

5 steps for the International Students’ IEDP Application

Holistic Value System For DAOs , a step towards a Resource Based Economy

The earliest show-stopper bug I found, and the paradox software testers cannot escape from.

How Standardized Tests Helped Me With Learning