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How will AI change the world?

It is generally accepted that so far, there were four main industrial revolutions. The introduction of coals around 1760; gas -1870; electronics and nuclear – 1969; and internet and renewable energy – 2000. In the last several years, however, we are witnessing a worldwide and immense new technological shift. That is the turn to artificial intelligence systems. It develops with such a tempo that we cannot really grasp it.


Each day there are new advancements in AI algorithms. It is already an inextricable part of everything around us. From industry, transport, medicine, and education, through science and art, to everyday objects, instruments, the internet, phones, and even our homes. Gradually, it enters each sphere of human activities and changes the way we used to live. Unarguably, AI helps us improve the quality of our products and productivity but what would be the consequences in the long term? Are we going to leave all the decision-making processes to AI systems, and aren't we going to lose control of our own life if we choose general-purpose AI to do everything instead of us? Is it really true that AI can replace human effort? Do we really want this? The questions raise their number exponentially…

Below you can enjoy a short video that answers part of them.

The British computer scientist Stuart Russell talks about Artificial Intelligence

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