Development of new artificial intelligence happens so fast that it is impossible for most people to keep up with it. That’s according to a report ‘Artificial Intelligence: Trends to watch 2020‘ published last week by the American market research agency CBInsights. Within a year or even sooner, AI-controlled robots and computers will share our personal thoughts on what new products can provide improved medical analysis. But this development could also cause serious problems if AI is used to commit theft or manipulate facts.
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