Artificial intelligence is not new in the world, but global computerization and the emergence of the Internet have accelerated the use and development of this technology in daily activities.
It is estimated that in the next ten years this technological leap will create about 100 million labor benefits and there will be professions that we do not even hear talk about.
Sanne Menning, a Macao scientist at the Dutch IT company, arrives in Lithuania to inform about the future of artificial intelligence, saying that the use of artificial intelligence will only increase every year and the skepticism of the public on this subject is unfounded, the media reports.
"I understand that this is a major concern for people, but that's because the fantastic movies and conspiracies present this technology as a" future tragedy. "Everything is different – today we are dependent on artificial intelligence – it helps us to travel, often uses a home-aided "assistant" who can order food, answer questions about the weather in the garden or the human agenda, and with each passing year, our dependence on artificial intelligence will only increase, but that does not mean that it will be so bad as it is being treated, "says Menning.
Sanne argues that the fear that artificial intelligence supposedly takes away the job is unreasonable. According to her, artificial intelligence will automate monotonous work that will facilitate people's daily activities.
"The lighter works, which are a series of duplicate actions that can be described by the algorithm, will be automated. At this time we can scan tickets at our airports and, once we go to the library to resume and return the book, no longer We are librarians because all of these processes are automated. However, this does not mean that children will be taught by computers. It will not be, maybe with the help of computers, children will find it much easier to find information, but most people will work, " of Menning.
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Holland Sanne Menning is one of the most talented professionals in the field of neuroscience and artificial intelligence. He graduated from several world-class universities and improved his knowledge at the Medicine and Information Technology institutes of Harvard and Oxford. S. Menning says that after graduating from school, he never dreamed of working on ICT.
"After school I went to the university where I studied industrial management, but from the beginning I did not like my thing or the study. At the same time, I began to practice sports and participate in paddle competitions, and began to interest me in the human body and I began to study neurosciences and, during the studies, I had to work hard with the statistics and the data. That's why I loved this science a bit ".
During his studies, Sanne worked hard to analyze the human brain and its activities. The Dutch also worked on cancer analysis for several years: "Artificial intelligence in medicine is well advanced. Programs and available data can determine if a person is at increased risk of developing various diseases. Large amounts of data have become a routine for my work. I started to learn more about the learning of machines and the great data technologies. "
Sanne is currently one of the best Macaw scientists who works with artificial intelligence for various projects. A woman says her daily work is not as romantic as many may seem.
"80 percent of my work time is simply monitoring data and separating the correct data from the unnecessary. So, with the data, we try to find out where to use them, what kind of benefit your holder could have. I am happy to face new challenges and innovations every day and I work in my favorite area, "says Menning.
In addition to working for Macaw, Sanne works at the Dutch Cycling Academy, where he helps prepare for racing athletes.
"I discovered cycling for a long time – it's a great hobby – you can admire nature and practice sports together. Now I play less frequently, but I contribute to training athletes. I teach them about psychology, physical fitness. This is a great way to relax, "says Menning.