Artificial intelligence expert Michael Ludden arrives in Lithuania, a world famous futurist in technology. At the International Mobile Economy Conference in Vilnius on November 15th, the Baltic Mobile Congress, a virtual complementary reality expert, tells how our lives will be replaced by a virtual complementary reality. According to him, a very interesting change awaits us.
Muddy Ludden, a technology supplier from IBM Watson, Samsung and Google, says today we meet artificial intelligence every day and will cover every aspect of our lives for the next five years.
You are the co-author of several books on transcendentalism and the supernatural reality. This publication soon arrives at the bookstore. Who is most interested in today's technology innovation?
I am most interested in observing the effects of artificial intelligence on virtual reality and complemented reality today and how this will change the world in which we live, work and study. Already imaging technology, virtual and augmented reality apply to education, sports, therapy and security. So it's a great pleasure to see an unexpected 10-year life that can accept this technology and make a positive change in our future lives.
Artificial intelligence has the ability to learn and improve. What level did you think he achieved this time?
I always say there are two ways to speak and evaluate artificial intelligence. First of all, there is a narrow artificial intelligence that performs well, but you can not decide to research and develop independently in other areas. For example, scientists can defeat the world's top strategic game player through artificial intelligence, but this artificial intelligence never succeeds in dating.
What is the second method?
It is a self-evolving artificial intelligence that can decide for yourself what you want. For example, he is good at playing chess, but he is doing well because he decided to learn to draw himself. There are many examples of artificial intelligence in the world today, but there is no second type yet. Unfortunately, we are still far away from it, and it is still difficult to predict when artificial intelligence will reach a higher level.
Skeptics fear that virtual reality will take their work away from people. Can this happen?
If we look at the story, we can see that people are always afraid that technology will take their place and give up. But conversely, experience has shown that it helps to do things faster, easier, and more efficiently. Millions of years ago, people built pyramids and stone wings, and today's builders can handle huge machines that make their work easier. Thanks to AI, people no longer need to enter data into an Excel program table or perform other digital tasks better with the device. People simply manage these processes without leaving.
In your opinion, what can you expect from artificial intelligence after five years?
From a five-year perspective, there will be no areas where artificial intelligence will not apply. Everything from medicine to games to business to marketing will be influenced by artificial intelligence. I do not think it will take five years for artificial intelligence to become a routine in everyday life.