Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines unlike natural intelligence displayed by humans. A. I study has been defined as the field of       study of intelligent agents which refers to any system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of achieving its goals.

   The traditional goals of AI research include reasoning, knowledge representation, planning, learning, natural language processing, perception, and            the ability to move and manipulate objects. While General Intelligence which is the ability to solve an arbitrary problem is among AI’s field’s long-term              goals.

       AI application examples

  1. Advanced web search engines e.g., Google
  2. Recommendation Systems used by YouTube, Amazon, and Netflix
  3. Understanding human speech (such as Siri and Alexa)
  4. Self-driving cars e.g., Tesla
  5. Automated decision-making systems.
  6. Strategic game systems that compete at the highest level e.g., chess and Go


  1. Facial Recognition: It is used every day in facial recognition software. It is the first measure of security for many companies in the form of biometric authentication. This means of authentication allows even the most official organizations such as the US Internal Revenue Services to verify a person’s identity via a database generated from machine learning.


  1. A1 & School: AI is used in the instruction of the English Language via the company Riiid. Riiid is a Korean education company working alongside Japan to give students the means to learn and use their English communication skills via engaging with artificial intelligence in a live chat. Others include an American company Duolingo (known for their automated teaching of 41 languages), Babbel (a German language learning program that uses AI in its teaching automation, allowing for European students to learn vital communication skills needed in social, economic, and diplomatic settings.

         A.I automates the routine tasks that teachers need to do such as grading, taking attendance, and handling routine student inquiries. This enables the                     teacher to carry on with the complexities of teaching that an automated machine cannot handle. 

  1. AI and medicine: The medical field has a diverse and profound amount of data that AI can employ to generate a predictive diagnosis This artificial intelligence can pick up diminutive details in the scans that doctors may miss.
  1. AI in business: Data analysis is a fundamental property of AI that enables it to be used in every facet of life from search results to the way people buy products. Recent data shows that the business market for AI during the year 2020 was valued at $51.08 billion which is projected to be over $640.3 billion by the year 2028. According to New Vantage Partners, over 90% of top businesses have ongoing investments in AI.
  1. AI and foreign policy: Multiple nations around the globe employ AI to assist with their foreign policy decisions. One example is the use of AI by the UN Global Pulse program to model the effect of the spread of COVID-19 on internally Displace People (IDP) and refugee settlements to assist them in creating an appropriate global health policy. AI can be used to mitigate vital cross-national diplomatic talks to prevent translation errors caused by human translators.

       Why wait while the future evolves? Follow the trend!

Scroll to Top
× How can we help you?