“People worry that computers will get too smart and take over the world, but the real problem is that they’re too stupid and they’ve already taken over the world.”
In recent years, There’s hype in the 📈 B.E./B.Tech final year Projects which are based on Artificial Intelligence,🤖 Machine Learning, Deep Neural Networks or in Data Science. Students and every individual from every domain of STEM are putting efforts to learn about machine learning concepts to apply in his/her research or real-time problems. what’s driving us crazy about Artificial Intelligence?
Let’s start with a short introduction to Machine Learning, Machine learning is an application of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides systems with the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed. It’s this ability to learn and adapt to data that is allowing computers to do things that were never thought possible.
From Netflix’s recommendation engine to Google’s self-driving car, it’s all machine learning. Machine Learning already plays a crucial role in our day to day life. while you speak to your phone or computer via Siri, Cortana or Google Assistant, Alexa or Google home, it collects information from our speech or whatever we type in the Google search box and it predicts most relevant answers to what we are looking for before you complete a sentence. Predicting weather forecast for tomorrow based on past events, something similar to all that has only been made possible by machine learning and Deep Learning.
Deep learning algorithms in the Google Image Search engine now recognise the object in photos automatically and also Google Photos recognises faces. Deep Learning uses the concept of the human brain and uses artificial Neural networks for learning and made predictions out of it. Facebook and Google is using Face recognition model on their products to ease the process of social networking. With the help of social networking techniques and deep learning concepts, different social platforms are monitored preventing toxic comments and spams.
Although It’s just a beginning, Tech Giants like Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook spending millions on research into advanced and complex neural networks and deep learning algorithms, computers are set to get smarter still.