This article is a reflection of what was talked about AI at the TechWorld Summit on February 15. Many hot topics concerning AI were discussed, among which building solutions with open APIs for more flexibility based on how the framework is developed, privacy requirements, performance and response times.
What is interesting is that there are great similarities between the way children and machines learn. It all boils down to receiving feedback. Just like synapses are strengthened by repetitive neural networking. When children do something, they wait for their parents’ feedback and then learn from the results, and the same goes for machines.
The Summit also presented a curious use case – AI used for online VQ legal service. Basically, the system ‘thinks’ like a lawyer and goes through relevant writing and documents in order to create an answer. What’s impressive is that it needs only 10-20 seconds, instead of 4-10 hours that a lawyer would spend. Lawyers take advantage of this business model as they are paid per hour, so AI truly disrupts their working system. However, what could be concluded is that if the TechWorld Summit reflects the market, then the ignorance of AI is still high which means that AI is yet to overtake the market.
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