‘Artificial Intelligence' has enabled us to explore tremendous possibilities in every field. The humans learn with experience, and now machines are also, and hence their performance is increasing. The logic rules, i.e., coding is improving, thus making the devices to work efficiently and effectively. The machines are now used in strenuous or uninteresting, painful or dangerous jobs, freeing people who can be trained for something else. It leads to an era of automation with state of the art in technology. For any task, the companies have started determining whether it can be automated, with least human interference although adoption of automation is lower as compared to its potential, due to economic-social regulatory constraints and necessary re-skill.

The machine capabilities far exceed humans in data acquisitions and processing and can establish winning strategies in well-defined environments. Hence, the companies are looking for automation for the processes which requires high-level of human intervention.

Transfer Learning

Machines would store knowledge gained by solving one problem, group unsorted information according to the similarities and differences and furthermore apply it on a different related problem. Also, they would be used to make predictions based on an initial set of labeled data. If initial data is unavailable, the machines could perform a specific task without using explicit instructions. Thus with AI, making the devices to sense their environment, think, learn and act in response to their programme objectives.

Assembler Robots

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are working on tiny assembler robots that can build huge structures like spaceships, spacecraft or airplane. These robots view themselves as part of the structure, rather than as separate entities building a structure. Both NASA and Airbus are interested in potentially using these robots in a new form of manufacturing.

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(September 23, 2019) The Digital Humanities launch event held in the Reactor, Microsoft Israel’s innovation space.
The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Microsoft Israel unveiled two remarkable tools to search the Ben-Gurion Archive of thousands of printed and handwritten pages scanned and uploaded online 20 years ago but researchers could only “thumb” through the documents one by one.
They construct causal vectors, trace issues, and ideas through multiple documents and illuminate relationships through an interactive map.
A second tool integrates Ben-Gurion’s diaries into Outlook. It gives researchers the unique ability to see the diary entries on any date and get a sense of how Israel’s most legendary leader made decisions over time.