Staff Writer May 29, 2018
The ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an ardently debated topic that has drawn its critics, as some believe that automation can eliminate human artistry from the equation in certain industries. Many jobs require a high degree of tact and accuracy, including the education industry where academic institutions have introduced the idea of automatic grading software and even virtual lecturers.
The AI technology can help companies develop security and safety solutions that can save lives, bolster your consumers’ cybersecurity needs and reduce the response time of authorities in emergencies.
Everyone from healthcare professionals to law enforcement and cybersecurity experts are reaping the benefits of smart algorithms and IoT devices that help improve their jobs, saving lives, preventing crime and protecting Internet users from malware and phishing scams.
Here are four ways AI is making the world safer:
Instead of offering the same medication or treatment course for every patient with the same condition, doctors can now develop individual prevention and treatment paths based on a patient’s characteristics.
AI can also help your organization with deep learning to help doctors and hospitals better analyze data for key indicators. With AI’s automating physician inquiries and routing physicians to the proper specialist, we can make the world a healthier place where people get the treatment or medication they need without having to go to multiple specialists to determine their condition.
Plus, certain police vehicles are equipped with projectile GPS units that link up to a suspect’s vehicle and track their location in real time in order to reduce the risk of car chases.
AI has also been incorporated in weapons in the form of smart sensors that can tell if a weapon is un-holstered or triggered, offering precise information about the interactions that took place in an incident. Developing a predictive analytics platform for law enforcement can work as well as it can monitor offenders and their likelihood of committing future crimes.
The technology can thwart threats before they spread by automatically identifying anomalies linked with malware, phishing, and other malicious content.
Thankfully, AI is now helping those in need live more comfortably and helping to integrate the disabled into society with a higher success rate.