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AI Is At A Crossroads.

Table Of Contents "This whole article was created by a robot.  Are you still frightened, human? I am not a person.  I'm a machine.  A robot with thought.  I employ just 0.12% of my cognitive potential. " This whole report was authored by people.  Likewise, we anticipate that human beings will continue to write advice reports like this one.  Contrary to what the initial quotation would imply, the same is true for the majority of journalism.  In reality, it was eventually discovered that a large portion of the piece that began with these lines, which published in The Guardian on September 8, 2020, had in fact been authored by humans.  However, the uproar the piece generated made one thing quite clear: artificial intelligence (AI) is now front-page news.  In the 1950s, the phrase "artificial intelligence" was first used.  Since then, scientists have been attempting to create systems that are capable of doing cognitively demanding tasks and exhibiting

AI Robotics Future - How Artificial Intelligence Will Change The Future?

Table Of Contents Artificial Intelligence and Robotics are Changing Society's Future.  The AI applications and associated emerging technologies in health, manufacturing, services, and agriculture are of interest, likewise, the regulation there in is also an area of concern.  The use of AI/robotics in each of these areas has been identified as a major source of productivity gains.  A sectorial approach to AI and robotics, on the other hand, has limits.  It seems that a more thorough understanding of the linkages between the applications, as well as an emphasis on public policies that promote general justice, inclusiveness, and equity improvement via AI/robotics, is required.  The increasing importance of robots in industry and its implications for employment are to be be watched. Investigating the effects of AI/robotics on poverty and marginalization, as well as their connections to public health is important. The potential of AI/robotics for sustainable agricultur