A lot of freaky stuff is happening in the world of artificial intelligence. Imagine a human brain, multiply its deduction capabilities by billions, and eliminate the human predisposition for self-doubt – that’s a derivative definition of artificial intelligence.
In the last decade, great strides have been made in machine learning and artificial intelligence, which scientists believe could quicken the pace of breakthroughs in almost all arenas – from medicine, economy, and even climate change.
AI programmes are fed data through which they improve their results. The wider and accurate the database, the better results AI will produce.