Artificial Intelligence – How It Helps Us Achieve Small Everyday Tasks

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We’ve all heard about artificial intelligence in movies and how it holds the power of destroying the human race. Fortunately, that’s fiction, in reality, a number of our daily tasks happen only because of artificial intelligence. Most people believe that artificial intelligence doesn’t have anything to do with them, but we rely on it more than we think. Just by accessing your smartphone first thing in the morning, you come in contact with synthetic intelligence without even realizing it. 

Tons of live interactive mobile apps heavily utilize AI and help users achieve whatever they want. Here are some of the prime examples of artificial intelligence that help us achieve small everyday tasks. 

Use of AI in Day-to-Day Life

  • Face Detection on iPhone

Over 1 billion Apple devices are active as of right now in the world, and every time they use face detection, they use artificial intelligence. The devices use machine vision to scan your face and machine learning algorithms to ensure that the person unlocking the phone is the actual owner. Not just that, once you unlock your phone using face detection and use any of the major social media platforms, you interact with AI as they have some of it on the root. 

  • What You’re Seeing on Social Media

There are many various methods that social media use to provide you with information, most of the information is based on your history or the type of information you’ve interacted with on social media. As a result, artificial intelligence will filter out specific information and news that it filters out. Social media platforms such as Instagram & Facebook are using machine learning and AI algorithms to detect acts of cyberbullying. 

  • Grammarly 

Grammarly is one of the most loved and used tools for students, authors, and editors. It helps in correcting grammatical mistakes, tone of the written text, and spelling errors to ensure crisp, engaging content. Grammarly and other grammar correcting tools use synthetic intelligence and natural language processing abilities to verify what you’re trying to say while sending or receiving emails.

  • Voice Activated Digital Assistants

Let’s be honest, every tech enthusiast person out there lost their mind when Apple first announced a digital assistant that can do everything for you. Siri took the world by storm and it seemed like the future was today. After Siri’s launch in 2010, Google started working on its own digital assistant, and finally, Google Assistant was launched in 2016. 

All the voice-based digital assistants use natural language processing and generation which is based on artificial intelligence. So all the commands that you give to your assistant are completed using synthetic intelligence. 

  • Thermostat

Thermostats have come a long way from round dial-like devices, they are integrated into complete smart home devices. The biggest example of integration of AI in the thermostat is the Nest thermostat which heavily relies on AI to help you control the temperature of your home. The AI will understand your habits and it’ll calculate how you like the temperature of your home. 

  • Self-Driving Cars

If someone told you a decade ago that cars would be able to drive themselves, would you be able to believe it? Now, we have a series of self-driving cars and they are becoming more precise, accurate, and secure. That’s not all, Google Maps is a common service around the world and it uses AI heavily to show current traffic situations, compare the data, show estimated arrival time and so much more. AI will slowly become an even bigger part of our day-to-day lives.

Conclusion – Artificial Intelligent

Most of us live unaware of the impact of AI in our lives, in the upcoming years, artificial intelligence will take over most workflows and change our lives for the better.

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