Don’t believe the hype about AI in business - We are not there yet

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To borrow a punch line from the amazing Duke professor Dan Ariely,

artificial intelligence is like teenage sex:
“Everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it.”

Even though AI systems can now learn a game and beat champions within hours, they are hard to apply to business applications. Implementing an AI is much more insane and its not like the movie transcendence with Johnny Depp.

Its not like adapting a blockchain like Spotify has planning on doing.

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Elon Musk also created a somewhat AI to beat a DOTA 2 Champ. But to implement the simpler idea to a business so it can have an advantage on other business is yet to be announced.

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Yeah, I don't believe A.I. as most think of it is even possible. I don't think a machine will ever become self aware, just experts in what we program them to do.

AI has been a buzzword for a while, may continue to be. But people don't understand that currently AI is just more complicated "if, then" statements in a bigger loop. It's just now we can run those programs on faster processors than we used to have. People are putting too much faith in it.

That's my assessment of the AI situation right now.

For me, I believe we are on the same page regarding this topic.

I'll have to view your blog, I hope to find more contests there to read.

However, I still believe in the potential of Artificial Intelligence. We just can't absolutely tell how the future will look like but I believe it's gonna be cool though.

Blockchain tech, AI, etc could help support businesses if properly managed too. That's just my view.