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How will artificial intelligence change the world in 2030?

22.05.2023 07:59 AM
How will artificial intelligence change the world in 2030?
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How will artificial intelligence change the world in 2030?

There are many predictions about the role that artificial intelligence technology will play in human lives, and what the world will look like in the coming years.

Experts expect that artificial intelligence will be able to take care of the elderly, or make movies and give lessons, or even can eliminate the human race, by 2030, according to a report by the British Daily Mail.

The writer of the sci-fi series "Silo" Mr Howey predicted that AI technology would become so good that it would start producing entire films within a day.

AI also has the potential to transform the education sector and tailor lesson plans around the classroom, predicts Dr. Ajaz Ali, Head of Business and Computing at Ravensbourne University in London.

And amid suggestions that artificial intelligence will improve our lives immeasurably, there are also experts who warn that it could wipe out the human race by 2030.

Among the pessimists is the American computer scientist Eliezer Yudkovsky, who bets that the human race will be completely wiped out by January 1, 2030.

Other leading experts who say AI could destroy civilization include billionaire Elon Musk and British scientist Stephen Hawking, though they did not mean to suggest that all humans will be wiped out by 2030.

In parallel, experts also suggest that artificial intelligence can boost the value of the global economy by $15.7 trillion by 2030, or more than the value of the economies of India and China combined, and by a fifth compared to current levels.

This was predicted by analysts working for the "Big Four" accounting firm PwC, based in London.

In addition, experts also suggested that artificial intelligence could solve the energy crisis in the world by 2030, especially after the recent crisis, which erupted due to a combination of the Ukraine war, which led to the prevention of fossil fuel imports from Russia, and the sudden increase in demand during the economic recovery. After the covid pandemic.

Predictions also abound that artificial intelligence could reach human-like intelligence by 2030.

Among those who sounded the warning was former Google engineer Ray Kurzweil, a famous futurist who claims that predictions have an 86% success rate.

In healthcare, AI can predict problems before they happen by 2030, says AI expert Simon Payne, founder and CEO of the software company OmniIndex, based in San Jose, California.

Also within the next decade, AI could take on as big a role in caring for the elderly as the ElliQ robot, says Heather Delaney, founder of the London-based PR firm.

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