Artificial intelligence will allow humans to be more human


The future is something intriguing. Since the dawn of humanity we have tried to predict what will come next, this is a fact. Whether observing the movements of the stars, or perhaps consulting a “prophet”, see Nostradamus, society has always been concerned with what it does not know and cannot control. But what does this have to do with artificial intelligence and work automation processes? Why, everything!

When we witnessed the first great industrial revolution, with all those technological advances and the replacement of workers by machines, people were already asking themselves “what now? Is this the fate of humanity?”, a question, by the way, that continues to this day. For the not-so-technology lovers, news: yes, that is humanity’s destiny, and it will be more and more.

In fact, robots will replace humans in many jobs and tasks. And here I’m being a bit of a generalist, but you can call it Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning, or any software that was developed to learn from observations based on data. Increasingly, companies and factories deploy these technologies, powered by intelligent algorithms and that “work” side by side with people. One of the biggest Artificial Intelligence references in the world, Andrew Ng, predicts that AI advancement has the potential to add more than $10 trillion to the economy global by 2030.