ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Where is it going in 2020

Artificial Intelligence: Where is it heading in 2020?

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We have been following the latest exploration and advances in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

As this technology is continuously evolving and advancing very quickly in the world, we thought to provide you what’s hottest in the world of AI, currently.

From all the breaking artificial intelligence news, underneath are some latest covering a variety of departments in which Artificial Intelligence is finding its way like never before.

REFIK ANADOL USED ALL OF HIS ART POWER TO CREATE AN A.I THAT COULD IN RESPONSE CREATE THE ART FOR HIM

Refik Anadol is a media artist and director born in Turkey who crafts hypnotic installations using practices from Artificial Intelligence, especially Machine Learning Algorithms to filter amass of raw material data and process it into twirling visualizations that he calls ‘data sculptures’ of ‘what does it look like inside the mind of a machine?’

He speaks ‘I use data as a pigment, and paint with a thinking brush that is assisted by Artificial intelligence.’

One of his remarkable art pieces is entitled “Machine Hallucinations” by him in which he gathered 10 Million pictures of New York Online and let the machine learn from the entire collection to generate a visual association that was displayed on LED screens as public art.

To enlighten the idea, if pictures of ‘Statue of Liberty’ are taken from slightly different angles, all unique, comprising old ones and the new ones, represents the entire lifecycle of the Statue of Liberty structure making it look like an image film.

He has truly taken paintings to a whole new level with AI.

BRITISH ASTRONOMERS & COMPUTER SCIENTISTS EXPOSED 50 NEW PLANETS FROM OLD NASA DATA

That is correct.

British Astronomers & Computer Scientists from the University of Warwick used machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to ratify the existence of hidden exoplanets in the solar system.

Exoplanets are such planets that circle the star other than the sun. Until now, 4,000 exoplanets have been discovered that are marked ‘confirmed’, and 1000 more are still waiting to be confirmed.

The British team trained the algorithm to gather the data from The Kepler Telescope that was launched by NASA on March 7th, 2009. The telescope was initially thrown into the Milky Way to search exoplanets.

The now-retired telescope, after being in the Milky Way for nine years, has confirmed 50 exoplanets ranging from Neptune-sized gas giant planets to exoplanets smaller than the Earth.

WHAT IF WE TOLD YOU THERE CAN BE ANOTHER PLANT SIMILAR TO EARTH IN THE SPACE?

Well, there can be another Earth already existing where we can settle down other than the Earth we are currently living on.

How does that sound to you?

Stay tuned as we are going to tell how Exoplanet Kepler-1649 c discovered by NASA is shockingly very similar to the Earth!

There are a lot of things that you learn about the space on a weekly basis and Scientists are keen on exploring more and more; finding another Earth can be one of their biggest achievements.

That Exoplanet has been found orbiting a red dwarf star that lies 300 light-years away from the Earth. Out of the many Exoplanets that were explored by The Kepler Telescope, this one is the most similar in size, temperature, as per the new study.

The Associate Administrator of NASA Thomas Zurbuchen said, “There’s another Earth waiting to be found between the stars.”

It’s intriguing!

RESEARCHERS HAVE USED MACHINE LEARNING TO UNDERSTAND FLAVORS AND CHEMICALS

Anandasankar Ray is a professor of molecular, cell, and system biology at the University of California, Riverdale. He alongside his team led ground-breaking research using Machine Learning to understand what a chemical smell like.

In an interview, he told, “we can now use artificial intelligence to predict how any chemical is going to smell to humans. Chemicals that are toxic or harsh in, say, flavors, cosmetics, or household products can be replaced with natural, softer, and safer chemicals.”

He further said,” The machine learning algorithm can eventually predict how a new chemical will smell even though we may initially not know if it smells like a lemon or a rose.”

Joel Kowalewski, co-researcher at the University of California shared his view as “our digital approach using machine learning could open up many opportunities in the food, flavor, and fragrance industries.”

Well, it is recognized that fragrance is a chief driver in the customer’s choice; scents of the cosmetics, cleaning products, and other domestic items play an important part in consumer behavior.

MUSK SAYS THAT CURRENT TRENDS SUGGEST AI COULD OVERTAKE HUMANS BY 2025

Tech Billionaire Elon Musk has repetitively advised that AI will soon become as smart as humans that are no less than a threat to humanity.

Elon, the founder of Tesla, Space X, Neuralink in an interview said that AI could potentially take over humans by 2025 but “that doesn’t mean that everything goes to hell in five years. It just means that things get unstable or weird.”

His comments attracted criticism, some AI experts said that he is ‘distracting us’ from real tech issues.

Your View

What are your views on his comments? Do you also believe that AI will outsmart humans by 2025? Let us know in the comment section.

NextBridge is also trying out the best approaches to stay up-to-date with the Artificial Intelligence technology, in general. We have our internal AI team that helps engineers and researchers to keep abreast of the advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

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