Rakuten Viber, a global leader in private and secure messaging and voice-based communication, has launched a new chatbot, AI Chat and Create, providing users easy access to AI text and image generators. By integrating advanced models of generative AI, such as DALL-E and Davinci, the Viber app now allows users to ask the chatbot any question or test the chatbot's creativity by designing unique images. With just a few taps, users can transition between chatting with friends to using the bot, sharing their art, or answer a question effortlessly. "Excitement about generative AI technology currently has much of the tech industry's attention and every day more and more people are exposed to the wonders that can be achieved with this technology. However, access to some of these tools is not very simple for everyone and now, we are offering the easiest way to try out various AI services in the comfort of a Viber chat, inside the app, without the need to register to a special service or further hassle and completely free," Ofir Eyal, CEO of Rakuten Viber, said. "We provide access to these industry-leading AI tools directly on the app and users can quickly share their creations or answers. Right now, the chatbot offers two options – one for images and one for text - and we're looking continuously to expand the offering in the near future," Ofir added. "The chatbot already has over 70,000 subscribers and over 250,000 viewers and is constantly growing. If people don't know where to start, they can easily click "Inspire Me" for the chatbot to share an example of its capabilities," Viber said.s The AI Chat and Create chatbot can be found by searching in the chat function of the Viber app or on its explore page. Read more:Viber cuts business ties with Facebook
The Entrepreneur Economist Club of Dhaka School of Economics organized a virtual seminar on the importance of big data and machine learning in entrepreneurship analysis. Speakers from different countries connected the seminar through online, while the students and faculties of entrepreneurship economics joined the program as hosts, held on Tuesday. The speakers emphasized increasing practice on machine learning and data analytics, to face the challenges of entrepreneurship in the new era. There is a possibility of major changes in the economic activities of the country. So any skills in machine learning and data analytics will put an employee ahead, they said. Prof Parul Khanna, Vice Principal, IMT, Faridabad, India was the chief guest in the seminar while Economist and Coordinator of entrepreneurship economics Professor Dr. Muhammad Mahbub Ali chaired the session. Prof.Dr.Rinku Sharma Dixit, New Delhi School of Management, India presents a keynote paper on ‘using big data and artificial intelligence to accelerate entrepreneurial development Dr. Sudipta Bhattacharya, Dr. Dipika Kundal, Dr. Kunal Sheel, Dr. Pranjal Kumar Pukhan, Assistant Professors Rehena Parveen, and Dr. Sara Tasnim, among others, spoke at the function.
The maker of ChatGPT is trying to curb its reputation as a freewheeling cheating machine with a new tool that can help teachers detect if a student or artificial intelligence wrote that homework. The new AI Text Classifier launched Tuesday (January 31, 2023) by OpenAI follows a weeks-long discussion at schools and colleges over fears that ChatGPT’s ability to write just about anything on command could fuel academic dishonesty and hinder learning. OpenAI cautions that its new tool – like others already available – is not foolproof. The method for detecting AI-written text “is imperfect and it will be wrong sometimes,” said Jan Leike, head of OpenAI’s alignment team tasked to make its systems safer. Read More: What is ChatGPT, why are schools blocking it? “Because of that, it shouldn’t be solely relied upon when making decisions,” Leike said. Teenagers and college students were among the millions of people who began experimenting with ChatGPT after it launched Nov. 30 as a free application on OpenAI’s website. And while many found ways to use it creatively and harmlessly, the ease with which it could answer take-home test questions and assist with other assignments sparked a panic among some educators. By the time schools opened for the new year, New York City, Los Angeles and other big public school districts began to block its use in classrooms and on school devices. Read More: CES 2023: Walton's smart AI products get huge response The Seattle Public Schools district initially blocked ChatGPT on all school devices in December but then opened access to educators who want to use it as a teaching tool, said Tim Robinson, the district spokesman. “We can’t afford to ignore it,” Robinson said. The district is also discussing possibly expanding the use of ChatGPT into classrooms to let teachers use it to train students to be better critical thinkers and to let students use the application as a “personal tutor” or to help generate new ideas when working on an assignment, Robinson said. Read More: AI & Future of Jobs: Will Artificial Intelligence or Robots Take Your Job? School districts around the country say they are seeing the conversation around ChatGPT evolve quickly. “The initial reaction was ‘OMG, how are we going to stem the tide of all the cheating that will happen with ChatGPT,’” said Devin Page, a technology specialist with the Calvert County Public School District in Maryland. Now there is a growing realization that “this is the future” and blocking it is not the solution, he said. “I think we would be naïve if we were not aware of the dangers this tool poses, but we also would fail to serve our students if we ban them and us from using it for all its potential power,” said Page, who thinks districts like his own will eventually unblock ChatGPT, especially once the company’s detection service is in place. Read More: How Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Healthcare? OpenAI emphasized the limitations of its detection tool in a blog post Tuesday, but said that in addition to deterring plagiarism, it could help to detect automated disinformation campaigns and other misuse of AI to mimic humans. The longer a passage of text, the better the tool is at detecting if an AI or human wrote something. Type in any text -- a college admissions essay, or a literary analysis of Ralph Ellison’s “Invisible Man” --- and the tool will label it as either “very unlikely, unlikely, unclear if it is, possibly, or likely” AI-generated. But much like ChatGPT itself, which was trained on a huge trove of digitized books, newspapers and online writings but often confidently spits out falsehoods or nonsense, it’s not easy to interpret how it came up with a result. Read More: Ai and Future of Content Writing: Will Artificial Intelligence replace writers? “We don’t fundamentally know what kind of pattern it pays attention to, or how it works internally,” Leike said. “There’s really not much we could say at this point about how the classifier actually works.” Higher education institutions around the world also have begun debating responsible use of AI technology. Sciences Po, one of France’s most prestigious universities, prohibited its use last week and warned that anyone found surreptitiously using ChatGPT and other AI tools to produce written or oral work could be banned from Sciences Po and other institutions. In response to the backlash, OpenAI said it has been working for several weeks to craft new guidelines to help educators. Read More: Ameca: World’s Most Realistic Advanced Humanoid Robot AI Platform “Like many other technologies, it may be that one district decides that it’s inappropriate for use in their classrooms,” said OpenAI policy researcher Lama Ahmad. “We don’t really push them one way or another. We just want to give them the information that they need to be able to make the right decisions for them.” It’s an unusually public role for the research-oriented San Francisco startup, now backed by billions of dollars in investment from its partner Microsoft and facing growing interest from the public and governments. France’s digital economy minister Jean-Noël Barrot recently met in California with OpenAI executives, including CEO Sam Altman, and a week later told an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland that he was optimistic about the technology. But the government minister — a former professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the French business school HEC in Paris — said there are also difficult ethical questions that will need to be addressed. Read More: ChatGPT by Open AI: All you need to know “So if you’re in the law faculty, there is room for concern because obviously ChatGPT, among other tools, will be able to deliver exams that are relatively impressive,” he said. “If you are in the economics faculty, then you’re fine because ChatGPT will have a hard time finding or delivering something that is expected when you are in a graduate-level economics faculty.” He said it will be increasingly important for users to understand the basics of how these systems work so they know what biases might exist.
For the first time in Bangladesh, a mini-comic book created with artificial intelligence (AI) was published on Sunday (January 15, 2023) night. Science Bee, one of the largest science-based education platforms for youths across the country, published the AI-generated mini-comic titled ‘Manobjatir Grohon’ on its official Facebook page at 8 pm. Regarding the publication, Science Bee said in its post: "Imagine this, an artificial intelligence program is writing stories for you, and another artificial intelligence program is illustrating the stories. Could we have imagined this a few years ago? Read More: ChatGPT by Open AI: All you need to know The script, title, character development, and illustration were all handled entirely by artificial intelligence in this science fiction comic book, produced for the first time in Bangladesh and perhaps in the Bengali language as well.” The 17-page mini-comic book narrates the journey of humankind, envisioning the end of the human race in the world and the aftermath. “By using ChatGpt and Midjourney Ai, we created the comics. Artificial intelligence was used to produce the storyline, characters, narration, and each page image in the comic. As per our human contribution, we worked together on the translation and a little bit of Photoshop,” according to Science Bee. Read: Universal to open theme park in Texas for young kids Co-created with human assistance by Annoy Debnath, the free mini-comic book has already created a buzz on Facebook and is receiving positive feedback from its readers. Founded by Mobin Sikder, a student of Chemistry at Jahangirnagar University, Science Bee was founded in 2018. The purpose of this platform is to transform diversity and inclusivity of science and technology, to reach the under-served community, and to increase the number of those actively engaged and involved in science and technology. The mini-comic is available at https://www.sciencebee.com.bd/ebook-3/. Read More: 7 Top AI Writing Tools, Software to Generate Human-Like Text
Tech companies of all sizes are showing off their latest products at CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics show. The show is getting back to normal after going completely virtual in 2021 and seeing a significant drop in 2022 attendance because of the pandemic. Exhibitors range from big names including Sony and LG to tiny startups. You might see the next big thing or something that will never make it past the prototype stage. On Tuesday night, the show kicked off with media previews from just some of the 3,000 companies signed up to attend. CES officially opens Thursday. Read More: CES 2023: Russian exhibitors barred from tech show Best Products of CES 2023 Here are some highlights: POKEMON, BUT MAKE IT BIRDS Bird Buddy showed off a smart bird feeder that takes snapshots of feathered friends as they fly in to eat some treats. The startup says its AI technology can recognize more than 1,000 species of birds, allowing users to share through a mobile app what kind of birds they’re feeding. “We try to kind of gamify the collection so it’s a really fun game that you can play — almost like a real life Pokémon Go with real animals and wildlife in your backyard,” said Kyle Buzzard, the company’s co-founder and chief hardware officer. The product has already sparked some interest from consumers who want to show the world what birds are coming into their backyards. The company, which began as a Kickstarter project in 2020, says it started shipping its bird feeders in September and has already sold all 100,000 in its inventory. The price for the basic feeder is $199. Read more: Top 5 Inventions of Scientist Isaac Newton ELECTRIC SKATES Journalists had fun zipping around the exhibit hall on remote-controlled, electric inline skates from French startup AtmosGear. The battery lasts for 20 miles (32 kilometers), said founder Mohamed Soliman, who hopes people will see them as a viable way to commute, like electric bikes or scooters. “My goal is for everyone to go skating again because it’s so much fun, every time you see people skating you see them with a big smile,” Soliman said. A waist bag holds the battery and cables connected to the skates. They also can be used as regular skates when they need to be charged or skaters simply want to travel under their own power. The $500 skates are available for pre-order. The company has taken orders for 150 pairs so far and is aiming for 200 orders to start production. Read More: Top 10 Most Exciting Innovations of 2022 in Technology DIGITAL TEMPORARY TATTOOS A handheld device displayed by South Korean company Prinker allows you to quickly and easily apply temporary tattoos. The device uses cosmetic-grade ink with a library of thousands of designs or the option to make your own with the company’s app. After picking a tattoo, you just wave the device over wherever you want it applied. The tattoos are waterproof but wash off with soap. The flagship model is $279 and a smaller model is $229. Ink cartridges good for 1,000 tattoos are $119. Read More: Best of CES 2023: Wireless TV, delivery robots and in-car VR HELPING FIND YOUR WAY Japan-based Loovic has created a device designed to solve the challenges of those who have difficulty navigating while they walk. The device worn around the neck employs sounds and vibrations to guide users to destinations, enabling them to look at what’s around rather than focusing on a phone’s map app. Loovic co-founder and CEO Toru Yamanaka said he was inspired to create the device for his son, who has a cognitive impairment making it difficult for him to navigate. The prototype device is not yet available to the public. Read more: Alzheimer’s drug approval ‘rife with irregularities’: Probe A FITNESS TRACKER FOR YOUR DOG If you wonder what your dog is doing while you’re not home, French startup Invoxia has a product for you. The company’s smart dog collar monitors your pet’s activity and sleep, sending the data to your phone. The latest version unveiled at CES, which has a GPS tracker, includes more advanced heart health monitoring. The collar is $149 in the U.S. while a monthly $8.25 subscription to the app monitors the data and shares it with your veterinarian. METAVERSE FOR KIDS The creators of Roybi, an educational AI robot that helps children learn about STEM topics and new languages, are venturing into the metaverse. Read More: Top 11 Major Medical Science Innovations in 2022 The RoybiVerse is expected to offer stations where K-12 and higher education students can learn about a wide range of educational topics. Users walking around the RoybiVerse will be able to visit an area where they’ll learn about dinosaurs or walk over to the virtual library where they can pick a book and read it. The RoybiVerse, which is expected to launch by mid-2023, will be available in virtual reality headsets and on a website. No robot needed.
With the advancement of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming smarter, more skilled, more versatile, and more efficient. To accelerate and improve the content generation process, diverse AI software and tools have been developed. These AI writing tools and software can help writers, bloggers, marketers, journalists and other professionals to generate unique content quickly. Let’s take a look at 7 efficient AI tools for generating copies. 7 Best AI Writing Tools & Software in 2022 Jasper.ai Good production, excellent templates, and fantastic long-form assistance make Jasper one of the best AI writing tools in 2022. Over 50,000 people use Jasper AI (formerly Jarvis). Bloggers, writers, journalists, and anyone else who wants to generate writing content through AI, can try Jasper, the industry leader in AI writing software. Jasper can be a fantastic tool to enhance your writing style, vocabulary, and grammar. This tool can generate different types of content like blog articles, video scripts, stories, etc. Read More: Ai and Future of Content Writing: Will Artificial Intelligence replace writers? The most amazing feature of Jasper is it can evaluate your writing and produce content automatically if you provide some information, such as a title and a content summary. The Jasper AI writing tool has a potent function called Boss Mode that enables you to create long-form material quickly. Rytr There aren't as many specialized tools or templates in Rytr. However, it's still a legitimate product that you can purchase for a reasonable cost. Read More: Best Free Plagiarism Detection Software, Tools Rytr.me can be a fantastic option for those who are seeking efficient AI-based writing assistance to produce high-quality articles without breaking the bank. This budget AI writing software creates material using OpenAI/GPT-3 technology. Over 900,000 copywriters, marketers, and bloggers use Rytr software globally. While working with Rytr, choose your use case (template) before you start writing. Here you get more than 30 use cases (templates) for creating content. The case "Blog Idea & Outline" provides a title suggestion and blog post outline. Simply input any keyword or topic to generate content. Copy AI Are you looking for AI software for writing copies that converts? Try the user-friendly AI tool Copy AI. It offers a well-designed interface. Read More: Top free infographic tools and software This AI writing software can produce copies rapidly. It can also evaluate your text and provide suggestions on areas where you may improve. Copy AI is used by more than 500,000 content marketers globally. This smart AI writing tool can create content automatically. Give Copy AI some information, and it will create content on its own. To generate copies with Copy AI tool, choose a copy type to start writing. You can pick any kind of template ranging from headlines, blog intros, product descriptions, and more. Read More: Top Online Proof-reading and Editing Tools Anyword Anyword AI is another great copywriting tool that analyzes text and deciphers its intent using artificial intelligence models. It aids in the creation of unique content and copies as per your necessity. It's a fantastic tool for authors of all skill levels. Add a URL, summary, or product description to start writing. The next step is to select the writing style and format for which Anyword should produce content. Read More: Best Free Websites to Improve English Writing Skill To generate automated content for your blog or website, select the blog post template. Create a new project in Anyword to start writing. Describe the type of content (copywriting, web content, or blog article) you wish to write. It will immediately begin creating excellent titles for you. INK AI If you're seeking an all-in-one AI writing tool that aids with AI writing, paraphrasing, and SEO, INK AI can be a good choice. INK is used to produce content by over 60,000 users each month. INK can generate copies quickly. It can help a writer or blogger get rid of writer's block, and increase traffic from search engines like Google. Read More: English Writing Skill: How to Start Writing and Improve Continuously Select any template to start creating content on the INK AI interface. After opening a template, enter some information about any topic and press the "AI Write" button to generate content. Writesonic Writesonic AI software is enriched with a bunch of templates and tools for generating brief marketing copies. Try this AI tool if product promotion is your game. The goal of Writesonic, an AI writing and image creation platform, is to enable everyone in the world to produce any type of content 10X more quickly. Using this smart AI writing software, you can write, edit, and publish SEO-optimized articles, blog posts, advertising, landing pages, eCommerce product descriptions, social media posts, and many other types of content easier. Read More: Perfect Resume: 12 Effective Tips for writing professional CV Frase IO Frase IO can help a writer to do cutting-edge research and curate thorough content briefs in minutes. You can use this tool for writing articles, copies, blog content, etc. With a single click, users can create compelling text that converts well. Besides content generation, Frase can assist in content improvement. On this platform, you can compare your content to that of your main search rivals. Content Analytics is another wonderful feature of this AI writing platform. It helps you to generate fresh content opportunities. Read More: Free Online Content Writing Courses Bottom Line Though artificial intelligence can't equate to human writing talent, AI writing tools and software can assist human writers, bloggers, and journalists in the creation, improvement, and research of copies in less time. So far, we have discussed the 7 most popular AI writing software and tools to generate human-like copies. Each software has some pros and cons. Pick the one which suits your precise needs.
Engineered Arts, a leading creator, and producer of humanoid entertainment robots, produced Ameca which represents the most cutting-edge humanoid robotics technology. To date, Ameca is the most advanced, realistic humanoid robot ever made. Ameca is a cloud-connected platform equipped with Engineered Arts' powerful Tritium robot operating system. This platform can be used to test and build AI and machine learning systems. With an artificial body, Ameca increases the power of artificial intelligence. This makes it possible for companies involved in robotic research to test their products. What is more? Ameca platform enables companies creating AI or machine learning technologies to test and present their work in front of a live audience. Read More: AI & Future of Jobs: Will Artificial Intelligence or Robots Take Your Job? Engineered Arts' cutting-edge Mesmer technology has been applied in the hardware of Ameca. It is the innovation of their own research into humanoid robotics. The friendly attitude of robot Ameca makes it the ideal platform for building interpersonal relationships in any Metaverse or virtual setting. Additionally, owners of Ameca platform can enjoy global access to all robotic data. In other words Ameca will serve as their own personal avatar that is animated and simulated. Read More: Robot artist sells art for $688,888, now eyeing music career Does Ameca Robot Look Like Human? The robot Ameca uses state-of-the-art technology in its mix of artificial limbs and ligaments, actuators, and sensor arrays. However, its lower half isn't working right now.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has unveiled a full-sized humanoid robot named CyberOne. Fitted with advanced legs and arms, the robot supports bipedal-motion posture balancing and has a peak torque of 300Nm. Xiaomi claims CyberOne can detect human emotions and even create 3D visual representations of the world. Read: Humanoid robot made by Cumilla students turns heads "CyberOne's AI and mechanical capabilities are all self-developed by Xiaomi Robotics Lab. We have invested heavily in research and development spanning various areas, including software, hardware, and algorithms innovation," Lei Jun, the founder, chairman and CEO of Xiaomi Group, said. The company revealed that CyberOne weighs 52kg and has a height of 177cm and an arm span of 168cm. Compared to a quadruped robot, this humanoid robot is more mechanically complex, requiring more powerful motors, more degrees of freedom, and complex humanoid biped control algorithms. Read Robot artist sells art for $688,888, now eyeing music career Xiaomi's humanoid robot CyberOne reportedly has 21 degrees of freedom in motion with a real-time response speed of 0.5ms for each degree, allowing it to easily simulate human movements.
The buzz around AI taking over jobs has been around forever. Especially after the start of AI usage in conventional applications. While automation certainly makes life easier and processes efficient, it still hasn’t reached a stage where a business or an office can be completely reliant on them. But the growth of AI has been unprecedented and it will only expand in the times to come. And that begs the question, what will happen to conventional jobs? Will AI take over your job? or will you get replaced by a robot? Let’s find out. The State and Future of Jobs The process of job automation started even before the internet came into being. Back in the late 80s, computers were typing machines that were rapidly replacing handwritten copywriting jobs. The situation and status surrounding AI and job automation are more intricate than they might actually seem. Most people will come to a gross conclusion that AI and robots will be the future workforce and humans will be left without a job. And that is true, but partially. The World Economic Forum predicts that almost 85 million jobs will be lost to some form of automation. However, there is also another aspect. WEF also claims that because of automation through AI and robots, another 95 million jobs will be generated in place of the lost ones. Read How Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Healthcare? So, while automation will take over certain jobs, there are ones that will remain for humans and others that will be created as an alternative. But what are the current jobs that are at the risk of becoming obsolete? Here are a few prominent ones. Which Professions Can Be Replaced by AI Customer Service Representatives The use of AI is already becoming prominent in the customer service industry. This is a low-skilled job that is mainly based on human interactions of answering queries and solutions. AI-powered chatbots are increasingly helping businesses to automate the customer service process. It not only brings better efficiency but also reduces the cost of maintaining a representative team. Read Ai and Future of Content Writing: Will Artificial Intelligence replace writers? Data Entry Data entry is another low-skilled job that is commonly seen in Bangladesh. These are mainly contractual positions where a person is hired based on projects. There are some permanent jobs in the government services for data entry operators as well. But as AI and ML become increasingly streamlined to read and interpret data, the chances of data entry operator jobs becoming obsolete in the next half a decade seems imminent. Front Desk Receptionists Front Desk Receptionist jobs are also at risk because of automation. The implication has become more prominent after the advent of the pandemic. The pandemic forced automation, social distancing, self-checkouts, and check-ins meant the job of the receptionist became virtually zero. And in the new normal, it is hard to see the position of receptionist staying viable in the long run. Read High Paid Jobs that Will Never be Replaced by AI From the context of Bangladesh, the receptionist job may still prevail for some time as the automation might take some time to replace direct queries. But eventually, the position still remains at risk of becoming obsolete. Proofreading Proofreading should not be confused with the job of the editor of a piece. While editing involves working with the style and tone of a written piece to suit the writer's style and audience, proofreading simply checks for grammatical errors and major flaws in the writing. However, applications like Grammarly and Hemingway are becoming increasingly flawless at detecting mistakes. And not just these two, some other similar applications and websites do the job of proofreading pretty well and free of cost. As things stand, the job of proofreaders might soon go out of business. Read Some advanced tech skills for a sustainable career in 2022 and Beyond Retail Sector The retail sector jobs like shop managers, executives and cashiers might soon become irrelevant. Now one might think about how grocery stores work then? We suggest you check out Amazon Go. These are a range of super shops without a single representative. Customers will go in, pick up what they need, and pay automatically on their way out. The powerful ML and AI can track what you are picking and not and prepare the bill accordingly. It's only a matter of time before this technology becomes mainstream for other retail giants across the globe. Delivery Solutions AI and automation have brought a revolutionary change in the supply chain as well as logistics of many large-scale companies. The technology that was used for processing and tracking packages has slowly started to trickle into the process of deliveries itself. Read How to Be a Data Analyst from CSE or Non-CSE Backgrounds? Amazon has already started testing out the possibility of using drones to make deliveries. Needless to say, the job of the traditional door-to-door deliveries is also under threat. Market Analysts There is a whole specified field of people who specialize in market analysis to make better investment choices. Market analysts as they are known use the existing and historical data to prepare the reports and forecasts, something that AI and ML can do far more accurately. Though this technology is in its nascent stage, there will soon come a time when AI will be able to make far more accurate market forecasts compared to analysts. Soldiers While warfare anywhere is not commendable, it is still a persistent tool for safeguarding the interest of a nation. And the soldiers have always been at the forefront of any wars. But that too might change in the future as newer and advanced technologies are developed. Read Phone Heating Issue: How to Save Smartphones from Overheating? Many developed countries are already testing out specialized drones and intercontinental missile systems. Soon wars will be fought without the need for soldiers, though it may have other consequences for humanity. Final Words So far, we have discussed some of the most common jobs that can be replaced by artifical ingellinge in future. Besides these, there are many types of jobs under different fields that are under direct threat from AI and automation. But of course, they make up a small part of an existing system. Free thinking, human creativity, writing, poets – the host of jobs that will forever need a human essence are far too many. So while it might be a long shot till AI and ML make a noticeable dent in human employment, it is still assumed that the benefits of automation outweigh its negative implications. Read Best Quran Apps for Android: Read the Holy Book Online
Artificial Intelligence has been playing an important role in the globe over the last several decades. Artificial intelligence algorithms are used to enhance the user experience while logging into social media, e-mail, and online retail platforms. Because the risk of Artificial Intelligence implementation could transcend human jobs and abilities, there is a lot of study going on to see how AI might help with healthcare judgments, support human judgment, and boost treatment efficiency. Growing Impact of AI in Healthcare Industry AI in healthcare brings on a variety of benefits. AI often makes use of an online database that gives physicians and practitioners access to hundreds of diagnostic materials. Because physicians have a thorough understanding of their area and are upgraded based on current research, AI makes it faster to get these results that can be demonstrated with their clinical expertise. Many people have become concerned that artificial intelligence will someday replace or reduce the necessity for human doctors, particularly in the clinical context. However, new studies and statistics suggest that rather than reducing physician necessity, this tool will likely help and enhance clinical diagnoses and decision making. Read: How to Become an Astronaut ? Many times, patients exhibit many symptoms that might be linked to a variety of disorders based on both hereditary and physical traits, causing a diagnosis to be delayed. AI benefits a practitioner not only in terms of efficiency, but it also gives quantitative and qualitative data based on input feedback, enhancing accuracy in diagnosis, treatment planning, and result prediction. Because AI can "learn" from data, it has the potential to enhance accuracy depending on feedback replies. Many back-end database sources, as well as information from practitioners, physicians, and research institutes, are included in this feedback. Assembled data is made up of a variety of medical notes, electronic recordings from medical equipment, laboratory imaging, physical exams, and demographic information. Practitioners have almost infinite resources to enhance their therapeutic skills because of this collection of constantly updated knowledge. Read Successful transplant of pig's heart into a human body for the first time Keeping Health Well One of AI's significant advantages is that it helps people stay in good shape and health. So people don't need to call for a doctor as frequently, and if at all. People are already benefiting from the usage of AI and the Internet of Medical Things in health applications. Many individuals have been encouraged to adopt the habits by using different technologies, tools and apps to aid in the proper maintenance of a healthy lifestyle. It also gives customers control over their health. Also, AI improves healthcare providers' capacity to better perceive the regular patterns of cared individuals, allowing them to give greater feedback and support to help them remain healthy. Read Jute Sanitary Napkins: Bangladeshi scientist Farhana Sultana got awarded for eco-friendly innovation Early end Effective Detection AI is being used to diagnose illnesses more precisely in their early stages. According to research, a large percentage of mammograms provide misleading findings. AI is allowing mammograms to be reviewed and translated 30 times quicker with 99% accuracy, decreasing the need for unneeded biopsies. Consumer wearables are also being used in conjunction with AI to monitor and diagnose early-stage cardiac disease, allowing physicians and other caregivers to monitor and detect life-threatening incidents at earlier, more curable stages. Systemic Diagnosis Watson for Health from IBM is a digital tool that enables healthcare businesses to use cognitive technologies to access massive volumes of health data and improve diagnostic accuracy. Watson can examine and retain exponentially more medical knowledge than any person — every medical article, symptom, and case study of therapy and reaction worldwide. Read Telangana's 'Medicines From The Sky' project utilizes drones in health care Different organizations collaborate with physicians, academics, and critical patients to address practical healthcare issues. The approach blends machine learning, artificial intelligence and neuroscience in order to incorporate sophisticated general-purpose cognitive algorithms into human neural networks that simulate the human brain. Proper Decision Making Improving treatment involves aligning massive health data with appropriate and timely judgments, and predictive yet near-perfect analytics can both enhance clinical decision-making and following actions and prioritize administrative duties. Using different pattern recognition techniques to identify patients at risk of getting a disorder – or having one worsen – as a result of lifestyle, environmental, genetic, or other variables is another area where AI is gaining traction in healthcare. Read Soborno Isaac Bari: Bangladeshi Descent Child Prodigy Becomes World’s Youngest Professor Unachievable Treatment Apart from scanning records to assist providers in identifying chronically ill patients at risk of adverse episodes, AI can assist clinicians in taking a more comprehensive comprehension of disease management, better-coordinating care plans, and assisting patients in managing and adhering to their long-term treatment regimens. For more than three decades, robots have been utilized in medicine. They vary in complexity from small laboratory robots to very complicated surgical robots capable of assisting a human surgeon or doing surgeries on their own. They are also utilized in hospitals and laboratories for repetitive jobs, rehabilitation, therapy, and to assist persons with chronic diseases. The Necessities of Life Care Becomes Obsolete An average human has a longer living capacity than past generations, and as we near the end of our lives, we are dying differently and more slowly from illnesses such as dementia, heart failure, and osteoporosis. Additionally, it is a stage of life that is often marked by loneliness. Read Top 10 Greatest Science Breakthroughs of 2021 Robots possess the potential to transform end-of-life care by enabling patients to stay independent for longer periods of time and so lowering the need for hospitalization and care facilities. AI, in conjunction with developments in humanoid design, enables robots to go even farther and engage in 'conversations' and other social activities with humans, therefore maintaining the sharpness of aging brains. Conclusion The largest hurdle for AI in healthcare is not determining if the technologies will be sufficiently competent to be beneficial but rather guaranteeing their widespread acceptance in everyday clinical practice. Clinicians may eventually gravitate toward work requiring unique human abilities, activities requiring the greatest degree of cognitive function. Perhaps the only healthcare practitioners who will miss out on AI's potential are people who refuse to collaborate with it. Read Top 7 Statistical Software to Learn for Data Analysis in Research Works