Envision A Future with Artificial Intelligence

What is Artificial Intelligence?


Artificial intelligence is a simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, and is defined as the ability of a digital computer or computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly associated with technology. It also refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think and act like humans, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks.

And just like a smart and strange child, artificial intelligence seems to be growing and learning things faster than what most of us expected. This controversial sector of technology has been a global debate since its inception and its potential is both astounding and terrifying for the majority of the population.

Let’s start with the main thing that people are more concerned about.


What are the risks posed by AI? 


I think we all can agree that the main concern for AI is its ability to bring fears for widespread job displacement, along with disinformation which makes it hard for people to recognize facts from fakes and then added by the fear of losing control over it. While it may seem too soon to categorize AI as either good or bad, its risks must be recognized and managed proactively – but are we focusing too much on the risks and ignoring all the potential benefits that the world can get when AI gets to be more advanced? 


We actually are focusing on their bad side, if you come to think of it, so why don’t we change the narrative and look back on our past instead and see if there’s something it can teach us about the future of artificial intelligence? 


Evolution is incremental, we can see this in major past innovations such as the evolution of multicellularity and AI is also likely to advance incrementally but more likely that AI will integrate itself into things that already exist in our world, like a hybrid situation but in many forms. And such hybrids are also likely to be where the immediate threat to humanity lies and that a principle we should adopt is that AI should not be allowed to exacerbate inequality in our society.


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Will software developers also face retrenchment if AI’s development progressively moves faster? It will but in a way that it could lead to new, more interesting roles. After all, the artificial intelligence name is kind of self-explanatory.


Contemplating all this led us to ask the programmers in Future Vision a question. 


Do you think AI will soon replace programming jobs? 



“AI is more likely to transform programming jobs and take some of our work away but with the current generation of AI engines, I doubt it. Getting anything real done will require some level of expertise, whichever aspect you think of and human programmers possess a healthy dose of patience.”




“To be honest, there’s a big chance it will take over but it entirely depends on how people will teach AI in the coming years and decades. I wouldn’t be alive then so I think I won’t make myself worry much.”




“I’ve had a few experiences talking to AI engines like chatGPT that definitely made me realize the future of AI and humans and it gave me a bit of brain aneurysm. It was like talking to a stubborn employee that can’t seem to get the job done no matter how much you try to stick to the script. They work so much like human employees and I think that should provide some human worker protection for us.”



Based on their answers, it seems like programmers are not shaking out of fear that AIs will soon take their jobs away from them but that doesn’t mean they can stay relaxed because this stage of AI development is just the start of it all and so if they have the chance to stay abreast of trends and collaboratively closely with it then they should probably do so. This might be the time to finally let the overworked and stressed IT professionals take their well-deserved sleep and rest and help them focus more on bigger problems involving their businesses.


Meanwhile, AI is projected to contribute $320 billion to the Middle East in 2030. Abu Dhabi’s dedicated AI university, Mohamed bin Zayed University for Artificial Intelligence helped equip the participants with crucial AI knowledge that launched 13 reports focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) and the importance of embracing its technologies to help address challenges and accelerate growth in the UAE’s key national sectors, including organizing a two-day visit to the institution where they saw the applications and innovations of AI. 


In fact, about 95% of organizations in the UAE plan to boost their artificial investments to make their cyber security infrastructure a bit more stronger according to a report. As AI and machine learning are helping to boost their cyber security measures within organizations. 


Future Vision for Computer System & Network – a top-leading UAE it solutions company, is also working on using artificial intelligence to increase our efficiency in the growing industry. Our company will closely work on advancement and make sure that we’re keeping up with whatever development AI will be receiving in the future. One example of artificial intelligence helping us on the way is its role in the Vision Law System to analyze and track details with precision, which is an important part of the software to ensure its credibility and make sure our clients are getting the most of its benefits.

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