Artificial intelligence (AI) will replace all tedious and time-consuming manual processes, allowing humans to focus on high-value tasks.
Experts, leaders, and scientists are making open predictions that AI will decimate human jobs, leading to the issue of unemployment. However, no matter what the predictions may have to say, we can’t deny that technological developments have helped humans in multiple ways too. Remember the days when we had to visit travel agents to inquire about any place we wish to travel. Besides, after reaching the place, we had to rely on the travel guide for a detailed tour. But now as soon as we look up on the Internet for any place we wish to travel, we get bombarded with pop-up notifications about the flights and hotels for the destination, along with discount offers. Similarly, in the field of banking too, we see automated machines taking over, allowing us to fill our credentials and get tasks done. While bank workers focus on customer relationships.
These are just a few of the many instances where artificial intelligence has replaced manual work interactions. In the coming future, AI will replace almost all manual interactions across industries, shifting workers to areas where humans are necessary for making the final decisions.
We all know that AI has already entered a lot of organizations in full-swing, benefiting them in numerous ways. It is impressive how AI is taking over all the mundane, error-prone, and time-consuming jobs, which performed by workers so far.
However, with the advent of AI, many fear that they will be replaced with technology, leading to unemployment. But, this is not true. The advent of machines doesn’t simply take away jobs. Instead, the employees get shifted to more critical taks, honing their skills.
Businesses and individuals are looking to minimize their dependence on humans. The idea behind is to have more accuracy and effectiveness at work, with negligible costs. Let’s see how various industries are benefiting with AI.
The aviation industry is seeing a lot of disruption in its way. Due to AI in aviation, pilots now have a helping hand of AI-powered copilots. Passengers get notifications as and when the price of the flight ticket drops. However, more innovation is on its way. We might soon see robots assisting us at airports, for services like scanning baggage and issuing boarding passes.
Besides, we have already been using chatbots for some time now. If sources are to be believed, half of the U.S. population loves to interact with chatbots for their customer service interactions. Chatbots are only getting closer to human-like responses. Microsoft develops chatbots that can act and listen at the same time. The future will show many amazing chatbot applications in various industries, like this one here - A professor built an AI-chatbot to answer student queries and it left the students shocked when they later realized that they weren’t really interacting with a person but a machine, since the interaction was absolutely human-like!
Mundane jobs pay you less. They are monotonous and time-consuming. Hence, it is time to replace such jobs with AI. We should embrace AI with open arms so that we can take up new, exciting, and high-value tasks that we deserve.
Naveen is the Founder and CEO of Allerin, a software solutions provider that delivers innovative and agile solutions that enable to automate, inspire and impress. He is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience, with extensive experience in customizing open source products for cost optimizations of large scale IT deployment. He is currently working on Internet of Things solutions with Big Data Analytics. Naveen completed his programming qualifications in various Indian institutes.