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 nearly 100 million work benefits, and there will be a profession that we haven't heard of today.
Sanne Menning, a scientist in Macao at a Dutch IT company, arrived in Lithuania to report on the future of artificial intelligence, saying that the use of artificial intelligence would only increase every year, and public skepticism about the matter was unfounded, media reported.
"I understand that this is a big concern for people, but this is because a fantastic film and conspiracy presents this technology as" a tragedy in the future. "Everything is different – today we depend on artificial intelligence – it helps us travel, often using assistant" assistants "assisted at home who can order food, answer weather questions on human pages or agendas, and every year, our dependence on artificial intelligence it will only increase, but that does not mean that it will be as bad as being tried, "said Menning.
Sanne argues that fear that artificial intelligence should take away from our work makes no sense. According to him, artificial intelligence will automate monotonous work, which will facilitate the daily activities of the community.
"The lightest work, which is a series of duplicate actions and which can be explained by algorithms, will be automated. We can now scan tickets at our airport, and after we go to the library to pick up and return books, we are no longer librarians, because all processes "This is automatic. However, this does not mean that children will be taught by computers. No, maybe with the help of computers, children will find it easier to find information, but most people will work," said Menning.
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Holland Sanne Menning is one of the most talented professionals in the field of neuroscience and artificial intelligence. He has graduated from several world-class universities, and has improved his knowledge at Harvard and the Oxford Medical and Information Technology institute. S. Menning said that after graduating from school, he had never dreamed of working in the IT field.
"After school I went to university where I studied industrial management, but from the beginning I didn't like either this or the studio myself. At the same time, I started practicing sports and participating in rowing competitions, and I began to become more interested in the body. people and their possibilities, of course I have to start all over again – I started studying neuroscience, and during my studies I had to work hard with statistics and data. That's why I really like this science. "
During his studies, Sanne worked hard to analyze the human brain and its activities. The Netherlands also worked on analyzing cancer for several years: "Artificial intelligence in medicine is very advanced – the programs and data available can determine whether a person has a higher risk of developing various diseases. A large amount of data has become a routine for my work – I started entering into machine learning and big data technology. "
Sanne is currently one of the top Macaw scientists working with artificial intelligence for various projects. A woman says her daily work is not romantic like many people.
"80 percent of my work time is just monitoring data and separating the right data from the unnecessary. Then, with that data, we try to find out where to use it, what benefits the holder. This is a rather difficult job, but I am happy that I face new challenges and innovations every day and I work in my favorite area, "Menning said.
In addition to working for Macaw, Sanne works at the Dutch Cycling Academy, where he helps prepare racing athletes.
"I have found cycling for a long time – this is a tremendous hobby – you can admire nature and play sports together. Now I ride less often, but I contribute to athlete training – I teach them about psychology, physical fitness. a very good way of relaxation, "Menning said.