AI in medicine will replace scheduling and prioritization ushering in universal care if for no other reason than the science and economics of prevention are undeniable.
Business that have a wealth of unstructured data, a desire to harness insights from this information, and an openness to innovative technologies - will be early AI/Cognitive adopters and experience huge benefits.
Tangible example of where AI's will be adopted into the Security Industry: Two former FBI agents, employed by Travelers Insurance Investigative Services, hack into a typical business website and download sensitive data in a matter of minutes. AI's will be orders of magnitude more efficient.
Artificial Intelligence: "The possibilities are endless and will no doubt change the ways in which we will live our lives in the future." - Vicky Matthews, Content Dir. US/EU CAO Forum.
Headline at Next Big Future: Private police and security outnumber public police by five times and private security industry is $35 billion per year. To extend the inflection metaphor -- e.g. anticipating the kinds of jobs that won't exist in the future? Artificial Intelligence entities will operate in the physical security space (patrols, monitoring and…
If the paradigm repeats itself like it has in the past: Cars replace Horses, Robots replace Humans on the Assembly Line. Emerging AI tech will also affect the economy. Think of it this way: "AI's will replace Minds."
Some time ago I realized that a generation now exists that may never use a desktop computer. Their experience of tech will only be in mobile appliances.
I now realize that a generation will soon exist (if they're not already out there) that may never experience a classroom.