AI - Computer vision and beyond
Have you ever been in a situation where you meet a person whose appearance and face you recognize, but still can't seem to come up with their name? Chances are that modern computer vision technology within the field of AI would beat you. Due to its speed, objectivity, continuity, accuracy and scalability, it can quickly surpass human capabilities.
With computers that use artificial intelligence to achieve thought patterns like a human and emotions like a human - is the world moving in the right direction or towards Hollywood’s scary robots? There are important discussions to have regarding AI and ethics, AI maturity (experiment or high adoption) and value creation (cost cutting or revenue generation) within the industries of entertainment, security, medicine, manufacturing, automotives, agriculture, construction, smart cities, and transportation. Where are the new use cases for AI and computer vision, how do they impact the bottom line of our business, and what is our human vision for AI?
- More than 60% of the companies are only experimenting with AI, where do your company stand on the maturity of AI?
- Moreover, when we teach AI to understand and analyze like a human, even teach AI to feel like a human, are we creating another world that might not need us? In the future, can AI become more creative than us?
- What should we do to maximize the impact of AI - fundementally impacting the bottomline of the business?