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Most Popular Artificial (AI) Trends to Watch out for in 2021
Fremont, CA: While the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on many aspects of how we do business, it did not lessen the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on our daily lives. Indeed, it is becoming clear that self-teaching algorithms and intelligent machines will play a significant role in the ongoing battle against this pandemic, as well as others that may arise in the future.
There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) will continue to be a key trend in terms of technology and innovations that will fundamentally change how we live, work, and play in the near future.
According to a recent study, AI is built into 77 percent of the devices we use today. AI is the driving force behind many modern technological comforts that we now take for granted, from smart gadgets to Netflix recommendations to products like Amazon's Alexa and Google Home.
Artificial intelligence will remain a key technological innovation in 2021 and for the foreseeable future. The rapid growth and acceptance of current and new technologies over the next decade will be unprecedented. So here's a rundown of what we can expect in the coming years.
The Role of AI in Healthcare
Big Data has been widely used to identify COVID patients as well as critical hotspots. AI is already assisting the healthcare sector to a large extent and with high accuracy. In addition, researchers have created thermal cameras and mobile apps to monitor individual temperatures and collect data for healthcare organizations.
AI can help healthcare facilities in a variety of ways by analyzing data and predicting various outcomes. AI and ML tools provide insights into human health and also recommend preventive measures to prevent disease spread. AI solutions also assist doctors in remotely monitoring their patients' health, thereby advancing teleconsultation and remote care.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
More CIOs are turning to an evolving technology practice known as Robotic Process Automation to streamline business processes and reduce costs (RPA). Organizations can use RPA to automate rule-based, time-consuming business processes, allowing their workforce to devote more time to serving clients or other higher-value tasks.
RPA is intended to automate business processes that are governed by business logic and organized inputs. RPA solutions can be as simple as sending an automated email response to as complex as deploying thousands of bots, each programmed in an ERP system to automate rule-based tasks. RPA is being used in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, HR, KPO, and finance.