Artificial Intelligence and its Impact

Artificial Intelligence or machine intelligence is a field of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and reacts like humans and other animals. The fast growing technology development makes everything possible in this world, now it doesn’t let leave human brains too, Artificial intelligence have been considered as an inevitable and forefront technology of today’s technological world, this impact replicates and encourages many industries and companies like DeveloperOnRent to table Artificial Intelligence as one of the primary technology for their pool of application’s development cluster. In the recent years there are many applications of Artificial Intelligence has been emerged in all many type of businesses. Continues emergence of artificial intelligent pave in the way for enter into the human brain. Let’s take deep look on it.

Artificial Intelligent enabled tool with the feature of translate thoughts into speech

New York: United States (US) Engineers developed an Artificial Intelligent enabled system that can translate the signals of the brain into Intelligence speech, an Important that may help for those who cannot speak to communicate with outside world. The study, led by Columbia University researchers, showed that by observing one’s brain activity, an AI-enabled technology could reconstruct words a person hears with unparalleled clarity, Xinhua news agency reported.

A team of neuroscientist from the varsity trained a voice synthesizer or vocoder to calculate brain activity patterns of epilepsy patients already undergoing surgery while those patients listened to sentences spoken by different people. Those patients listened to speakers reading digits between zeros to nine while recording brain signals via the vocoder.

A neuroscientist’s team from the varsity trained a voice synthesizer or vovoder to calculate brain activity

Then, they used a neural network, a kind of artificial intelligence, to analyse the signals, and gave robotic-sounding voices, as per the study published in the journal Scientific Reports.

“We found that people could understand and repeat the sounds about 75 per cent of the time, which is well above and beyond any previous attempts,” said Nima Mesgarani from the varsity.

Earlier research showed that when people talk or even imagine speaking, diverse patterns of activity take place in their brain and those patterns of signals also emerge when we listen to someone speak or imagine listening.

Mesgarani and his team planned to test more complex words and to run the same tests on brain signals emitted when a person speaks or imagines speaking. Mesgarani called it a “game changer” that may give anybody who has lost their ability to speak a new chance to connect to the outside world.

Frequently Asked Questions about Artificial Intelligence

Will artificial intelligence ever surpass the human brain?

A number of artificial intelligence (AI) fanatics have been predicting that machines will eventually surpass human intelligence in the foreseeable future.

Can you transfer a human brain into an artificial intelligence?

Not with present technology. Some specialists claim it may be possible to do so with quantum computing, but this remains to be seen. The brain is an integral piece of the body, and if were to transfer the “data” of the brain to an external storage devices, it would result in the data being compromised.

When will artificial intelligence equal human intelligence?

Human intelligence turns around adapting to the environment using a combination of several cognitive processes. The field of Artificial intelligence focuses on designing machines that can imitate human behavior. However, AI researchers are capable to go as far as implementing Weak AI, but not the Strong AI. In fact, some trust that Strong AI is never possible due to the various differences between the human brain and a computer. So, at the moment, the simple ability to mimic the human behavior is considered as Artificial Intelligence.

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