Artificial intelligence is not new in the world, but global computing and the emergence of the Internet accelerate the use and development of this technology in everyday activities.
It is estimated that in the next ten years this technological jump will create almost 100 million job opportunities, and it will also be a profession that we have not heard today.
Sanne Menning, a Macau scientist at a Dutch IT company, is visiting Lithuania to report on the future of artificial intelligence, saying that the use of artificial intelligence will increase every year, and the public's skepticism on this issue is ill-founded, media reports.
"I understand that this is a big concern for people, but that's because fantastic movies and conspiracies represent this technology as" a future tragedy. "Everything is different – today we are dependent on artificial intelligence – we are helping to travel, often using the home assistant help with a voice that can order food, answer questions about time in the yard or human agenda, and every last year, our dependence on artificial intelligence will only increase, but that does not mean that it will be as bad as it is trying, says Menning.
Sanne argues that the fear that the supposedly artificial intelligence would take away from our work is unreasonable. According to her, artificial intelligence will automate monotonous work, which will ease the daily activities of people.
"The easiest works, which are a series of duplicate actions and which can be described using the algorithm, will be automated. At the moment we can scan maps at our airports, and when we go to the library to pick up and return the book, we are no longer libraries, because all these processes are automated However, this does not mean that children will surrender to computers. It will not be, perhaps with the help of a computer, that children will find it easier to find information, but most people will work, "says Menning.
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Holland Sanne Menning is one of the most talented professionals in the field of neuroscience and artificial intelligence. She has completed several world-class universities and has improved her knowledge at the Medical and Information Technology Institute Harvard and Okford. S. Menning says that after finishing school, he never dreamed of working in IT.
"After school I went to a university where I studied industrial management, but from the very beginning I did not like this thing or studio. At the same time, I began to engage in sports and participated in paddling competitions, and I began to be interested in the human body and its possibilities. Of course, I had to start everything – I started studying neuroscience, and during the studies I had to work with statistics and data. That's why I loved this science a little. "
During the studies, Sanne worked hard on analyzing the human brain and its activities. The Dutch have also been working on cancer analysis for several years: "Artificial intelligence in medicine is well advanced – programs and available data can determine if a person has a higher risk of developing various diseases. Large amounts of data have become a routine for my work – I began to I go deep into the learning of the machinery and the big data transfer technology. "
Sanne is currently one of the main scientists of Macaw who works with artificial intelligence for various projects. A woman says her daily work is not as romantic as many people look.
"80 percent of my working time is simply data tracking and the separation of the right data from unnecessary. Then, with this data we try to determine where to use them, what is the benefit of their bearer." It's a pretty hard job, but I'm glad every day I'm confronted with new challenges and innovations and I'm working in my favorite area, "says Menning.
In addition to working for Macav, Sanne works at the Dutch Bicycle Academy, where he helps prepare for racing athletes.
"I have long discovered cycling – it's great fun – you can admire nature and play the sport together." "Now I rarely drive, but I do contribute to training athletes – I teach them about psychology and physical fitness." This is a very good way to relax, "says Menning.