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The Future Of AI: 5 Things To Expect In The Next 10 Years

Key idea: Artificial intelligence is poised to fundamentally restructure broader swaths of our economy and society over the next decade .

Original author and publication date: Gaurav Tewari – May 5, 2022

Futurizonte Editor’s Note: That AI will change our lives is nothing new. How AI going to do it may be new .

From the article:

There has been no better time to be in the world of artificial intelligence than now. AI has achieved an inflection point and is poised to transform every industry. Much has already been written about specific applications of AI. In this article, I take a step back to consider how artificial intelligence is poised to fundamentally restructure broader swaths of our economy and society over the next decade with five bold predictions that are informed by my expertise and immersion in the field.

1. AI and ML will transform the scientific method.

Important science—think large-scale clinical trials or building particle colliders—is expensive and time-consuming. In recent decades there has been considerable, well-deserved concern about scientific progress slowing down. Scientists may no longer be experiencing the golden age of discovery.

2. AI will become a pillar of foreign policy.

We are likely to see serious government investment in AI. U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III has publicly embraced the importance of partnering with innovative AI technology companies to maintain and strengthen global U.S. competitiveness.

3. AI will enable next-gen consumer experiences.

Next-generation consumer experiences like the metaverse and cryptocurrencies have garnered much buzz. These experiences and others like them will be critically enabled by AI. The metaverse is inherently an AI problem because humans lack the sort of perception needed to overlay digital objects on physical contexts or to understand the range of human actions and their corresponding effects in a metaverse setting.

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