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Artificial intelligence and application programming

Once upon a time, Aizek Azimov formulated three laws of robotics. Since then, people's minds have not stopped being occupied with questions about what will happen if robots enter people's daily lives. What benefits will they bring and what should I watch out for?

It is true that until recently artificial intelligence was found only in science fiction movies and books, but now every year it is entering people's lives more and more convincingly.

Artificial intelligence has brought many opportunities. Housewives use robots that vacuum and wash windows. Speech and image recognition simplifies and speeds up the search for information.

Even when you're relaxing on the couch and watching movies, Netflix is ​​working in full swing to find out what interests you. It uses the very latest prediction technology to bring you movies and TV shows that you're sure to love.

When it comes to smartphone applications, Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant are examples of everyday assistants. They answer questions, find the necessary information and perform many commands - from setting an alarm to drawing a route, as well as doing many other interesting things.

Artificial intelligence helps traders analyze and process market data, develop algorithms and strategies. For investors, it makes investment recommendations or assumes full control over assets. Yes, it is done with the help of mobile applications. Sounds fantastic, but it is.

As you can see, artificial intelligence has turned from a futuristic technology into an everyday one. It really simplifies a lot and even makes it better.

Unlike humans, the machine in the phone, which learns by itself, does not get tired and does not make mistakes, even if it has to work for many days from a place. It's a pocket assistant with endless capabilities.

By the way, dear fans, what do you foresee for the near future? Is artificial intelligence an advantage for humanity? What do you think about this question?

And what do you think, dear readers?