Topics on Artificial Intelligence have been featured among the world’s largest technology companies, and for sure we will hear a lot about it over the next few years. During the Conference Code, CEOs of some of the most important companies revealed and reiterated their expectations and their efforts to exploit the A.I. Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, said he sees the Artificial Intelligence as a great opportunity. You can follow some of the achievements of technology giant, such as your most recent searches in Magenta project, which recently succeeded in developing the first song 100% created by A.I. According to Pichai, Google started to apply technology through “deep neural networks” for about four years, which ensures that the company is ahead of its rivals, such as Amazon, Apple and Microsoft when it comes to learning machine. The CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, during his speech predicted a huge impact of the A.I. in society over the next 20 years. The ambition of the executive is to integrate artificial intelligence into their business. “There’s a lot to come. We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg. We are starting a golden age, about to realize the dream of being able to speak naturally machines, “Bezos said. It is difficult to doubt the CEO, who has come true so much that a few years ago served as elements of science fiction books and movies. Already Ginni Rometty, IBM CEO revealed that the company has been working with artificial technology, which it calls “cognitive system” since 2005, when the company began to develop its supercomputer Watson. The Rometty forecast is that in the next five years artificial intelligence will impact all the decisions from the health, through education and the financial services. Although many interesting statements, it was to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, which drew the most public attention. During his presentation, the executive, who is known for his outlandish ideas, and talk about the possibility that we are living in a simulation, said the Artificial Intelligence can present some risks for humanity, since there is a chance that machines so smart be created to point people end up becoming subordinate to them. Anyway, the fact is that the industry of research in Artificial Intelligence is expected to grow to $ 70 billion in 2020, which means that we will see many new features around.

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