Now the concept of Deep learning associated with Intelligence, testing theories about Perception, Reasoning, Learning, Understanding Language to Solving Problem has become a calling of the future.
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, the word coined by John McCarthy in 1950, has travelled a long way from concept of Neural Learning in 1950-1970 to paving way for Machine Learning from 1980-2010.
Now the concept of Deep Learning associated with Intelligence, testing theories about Perception, Reasoning, Learning, Understanding Language to Solving Problem has become a calling of the future. No doubt it has made our lives easier by penetrating deep into the areas where human reach was not possible. But will the intelligent machines replace us, co-exist with us or merge with us? Will we use the machines or machines will use us or will these be a potential threat to the mankind on the different platform than its potential benevolent tasks?
The nature is being overexploited for want of urbanization and industrialization, thereby, disturbing the Ecological Balance. Indiscriminate deforestation leading to Global Warming with submergence of coastal areas because of melting of glaciers; erratic and untimely rains causing droughts in some places and floods in others; ring of fire associated with volcanic eruptions getting disturbed due to over exploitation of mother earth thereby causing imbalance in theory of Isostasy (state of gravitational equilibrium between Earth’s crust and mantle), and then, finding ways to fix all with afforestation and new varieties of plants having better oxygen yield to rebalance the erstwhile disturbed ecosystem; looking for nature based solutions to reverse the already disturbed Natural Water Cycle and alternatives for increasingly stressed and depleted natural resources by stitching together all under one roof i.e. Artificial Intelligence seems to be a Herculean task. Construction of concrete jungles with full automation which is part of Artificial Intelligence too, leaving no alternative for our young generation but to spend more than 90 percent of its life indoors, be it at home or in office or malls or while moving from home to office in air-conditioned modes of travel; leaving the Nature far behind. Even for health we are in Indoor Gyms. We cooked and showered, breathed and played, slept and sweated, rather used to enjoy the nature to its fullest. But now our homes have become places we would never want to leave, courtesy, the new concept of Work from Home. We have closed ourselves to a point where nothing could escape. So when the air turned bad inside we tried to fix it with chemicals.[…]