The fear of being replaced by Artificial Intelligence has haunted us for a long time. Many Science Fiction movies have given us their vision of the future, but what is Artificial Intelligence really?
In a simple way to understand, it could be said that Artificial Intelligence is the combination of algorithms that try to replicate human capacities such as learning or creativity.
It is true that in our environment we already see how many of the things that people used to do, for example, a cashier in a supermarket or telephone service, to say very common cases, are already being replaced by machines. But, just as true, there are various types of intelligence and in this case, the positions that are being most affected are those with specific intelligence or high mechanical work, without human added value. Here it’s where we can see how the intelligence of the human being, being general, cannot be replaced since no matter how intelligent the AIs manage to be, human intelligence is the result of experience and this includes the environment, perception, and many other factors only possible by humans.
We explain it with an example of an article published on www.bbvaopenmind.com/ “The nuance that it should be about the intelligence of a general type and not specific intelligence is important since the intelligence of human beings is of a general type. Exhibiting specific intelligence is quite another matter. For example, programs that play chess at the Grandmaster level are unable to play checkers despite it being a much simpler game. It is necessary to design and execute a different and independent program from the one that allows you to play chess so that the same computer can also play checkers. In other words, he cannot take advantage of his ability to play chess to adapt it to checkers. In the case of human beings, this is not the case, since any chess player can take advantage of his knowledge of this game to, in a matter of a few minutes, play checkers perfectly.
Although there is the concept of singularity, which applied in the field of Artificial Intelligence, refers to that possible future moment in which machines reach an intelligence equal to or greater than that of the human being, and are autonomous in tasks such as learning or improvement, we have not reached that moment yet.
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In fact, far from being replaced, those profiles that remain at the forefront will be in high demand, as a lack of professionals in the sector is approaching, of which you can take advantage if you start learning about these tools today.
We rounded up some interesting statistics on the subject:
According to Forbes, companies that use artificial intelligence are increasing their revenue by 50%.
By 2030, Artificial Intelligence is expected to create some 500,000 new jobs, according to www.semrush.com
In the following video you will see Artificial Intelligence in its splendor and also some statements by Elon Musk about the future.
On the other hand, we share a list of the 10 Artificial intelligence apps that have impressed us the most:
ChatGPT useful AI tool everyone can use today. With this tool, we can increase exponentially the quantity of our content while improving quality.
Thoughts: Write word-based tweets.
This Person Does Not Exist: Generates random faces.
Replika: Create your company AI.
Ideasai: Generates business ideas based on data from various business sectors.
Altered Studio: Record your own voice and modify it to sound different.
Synthesia: Use a 3D avatar for your videos without having to use your face.
Mem:Tool to register, share and manage knowledge.
Xpression Camera: Real-time AI-generated face filtering app for live video and chat.
Charisma: brings digital humans to life for you to use wherever you want.
What do you think about this topic? Are you already using some artificial intelligence apps to your advantage?
If you are interested in this topic, the following books and articles will help you better understand the topic from different perspectives:
Artificial Intelligence: Work, Machines and Human Interaction
Artificial Intelligence Basics : A Self-Teaching Introduction
Artificial Intelligence with Python : Your Complete Guide to Building Intelligent Apps Using Python 3.x, 2nd Edition
Current and Future Artificial Intelligence (AI) Curriculum in Business School: A Text Mining Analysis.
“How mAy I help you today?” The use of AI chatbots in small family businesses and the moderating role of customer affective commitment.
AI-employee collaboration and business performance: Integrating knowledge-based view, socio-technical systems and organisational socialisation framework.
How AI capabilities enable business model innovation: Scaling AI through co-evolutionary processes and feedback loops.
AI-enabled business-model innovation and transformation in industrial ecosystems: A framework, model and outline for further research.
Theorizing the dark side of business-to-business relationships in the era of AI, big data, and blockchain.
Artificial Intelligence and Declined Guilt: Retailing Morality Comparison Between Human and AI.
Applications of artificial intelligence in B2B marketing: Challenges and future directions.
El futuro de la IA: hacia inteligencias artificiales realmente inteligentes
65 Artificial Intelligence Statistics for 2021 and Beyond
The Age of Artificial Intelligence: An Exploration
Artificial Intelligence By Example : Acquire Advanced AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Design Skills
Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI): Adoption and Advocacy.
Meta-Scientific Study of Artificial Intelligence
Improving the performance of industrial mixers that are used in agricultural technologies via chaotic systems and artificial intelligence techniques.
Flexible regulation for dynamic products? The case of applying principles-based regulation to medical products using artificial intelligence.
The Global Bioethics of Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights
Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on Business
23+ ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND JOB LOSS STATISTICS 
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The Great Automatic Grammatizator: writing, labour, computers.
Using chatbots to scaffold EFL students’ argumentative writing.
Critical literacy for a posthuman world: When people read, and become, with machines.
Author : Vanessa D”angelo
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