AI is now part of human life. From business applications to everyday situations, sometimes we are almost unaware that many of us interact with AI every day, and it’s predicted that AI and machine learning will impact on all areas of our daily lives by 2025, with huge implications for industries ranging from transportation and logistics to healthcare, home maintenance, and customer services. Some bold indicators of this trend are:
- Automates Away Routine Tasks in Prominent Industries
- Brains and Technology Partner for Creativity
- AI Augments the Human Creative Process Through Targeted Automation
For example: With autonomous vehicles, it’s easy to imagine a future where consumers do not spend time physically driving a car or scheduling a pick up. These actions will be automated based on behavioral patterns and work routines, leaving time and space for “higher order thinking.” Car manufacturers and ride sharing companies are challenged to reinvent the space within the vehicle based on how users will want to spend their time, when attention at the wheel is no longer required. Will users want to be entertained, do work, sleep, or socialize? Businesses within the autonomous vehicle space will need to rethink the transportation experience according to how users want to spend this time.