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Artificial intelligence is changing the future

01.11.2021 08:59 AM
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Artificial intelligence is changing the future
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Artificial intelligence is changing the future
In its report, Al Jazeera addressed the problem of artificial intelligence and the future, and in the following we present to you the highlights of this report:

55 percent of the world's population now lives in cities and urban areas, and this proportion will rise to nearly 70 percent by 2050.

About 90% of this increase will occur in the cities of the continents of Asia and Africa, and the cities will grow and swell, but many of them will not only grow, but many cities will try to reshape themselves to meet the requirements of this huge number of people who will live in them in the future.

In this context, artificial intelligence and machine learning will be the most important tools and means available to deal with the growth and changes of future cities, which will often be smart cities. Artificial intelligence is one of the most important drivers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and it not only changes the business world, but transforms So are our cities and the ways we work and live radically.
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