With the intrusion of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology, the world has reached new heights recently.
Many things have changed since the beginning of the 21st century. At the core of all these transformations, a simple concept called ‘technology’ prevails. Yes, for the past two decades, technology has affected the way we live, work, learn, study, communicate, transport, and even think. As a result of modern trends’ intrusion, computers are becoming faster, more portable, and higher-powered than ever before. Although the tech evolution has both positive and negative impacts, the good side of the transformation is heavily admired by people.
It all started in 2000 when the dotcom bubble burst and gave birth to disruptive trends like the internet and the smartphone. Even though the stocks of many companies tumbled for a while, it paved the way for tech giants like ‘Amazon’ to get a stronghold on the market. Many more people are online today than they were at the start of the millennium. The broadband expansion has also introduced artificial intelligence into mainstream adoption. One could argue that technology has continued to improve our lives, keeping us more connected to big data and with each other. But the amazing transformation has also paved the way for increasing complexities.
Today, everything starting from transport vehicles to medical devices, financial transactions, and electricity systems are relying on computer software. While digitization has made things easier for humankind, it has also made technology harder to control. When human-to-human contact is minimized with disruptive trends, it provides a space for machines to entertain bias and dominance.
Although the term ‘artificial intelligence’ came into existence in the 1950s, it entered mainstream acceptance only in the 2000s. The core motto of developing artificial intelligence technology is to make machines imitate human behavior like thinking and taking decisions on their own. However, that kind of intelligence is yet to be achieved. Meanwhile, humans have come a long way from where they started the 21st on accords with technology. With amazing branches like data science, machine learning, robotics, and business intelligence rocking the digital sphere, modern artificial intelligence can understand data and make real-time decisions.
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