AI Boxes and Supercomputers

It was not a big deal for some years ago when the first artificially intelligent mobile phones were introduced in the market with high-end processors and large memory cells, with the promise of a better life through their artificial intelligence processing. However, these devices faced difficulty in their operation and they became very popular among the researchers and techies. Then, another great device emerged in the form of smart watches. These watches were equipped with various intelligent sensors and they were running on a mobile network. Thus, both of these watches provided an answer to the long-standing question of Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Phones.

Artificial intelligence box

Now, let us have a look at the development of such intelligent gadgets. First, we should understand that the Artificial Intelligence Box or the High Speed Computer is a system that can be built either at home or at a plant that will work as a communication link between a cell phone, internet, camera, video recorder, radio and TV. This system will measure the brain activity of the person wearing the gadget, whether he is relaxed awake, or sleeping, through his reactions and movement patterns. Then, this data is fed into the specially designed computer through the data stream. The computer will use this information to decide, whether it needs more information from the wearer, or it can just store the data, for further processing.

Currently, several companies are into developing Artificial intelligence boxes, with the first one being Audi. They are working towards developing an artificial intelligence box, which will allow cars to drive themselves by monitoring the actions of the people around them. If you will recall, in the future, everything will be done by Artificial Intelligent computers, from general purpose computers to license plate recognition systems to detect stop and go speeding cars. Some companies are already in the business of developing such artificial intelligence boxes, while others are in the research and development stage right now. Audi is one company that has made the first move, with the development of the A8 artificial intelligence car that will interact with human drivers.

Another company working on artificial intelligence in cars, is GE. Their new product will be called Genymotion and it will allow car owners to get real-time data feeds from their vehicles through their airbags, brakes and license plate recognition sensors. It will gather this data, analyze it and in turn will give drivers up to date alerts whenever they encounter a potential accident. This technology is still in developmental stages and may not reach the market within the next two years.

Google recently held a seminar on self-driving vehicles and discussed how they would use a robotic vehicle to deliver pizzas to their customers. It seems that such a system could be in the works, although it may be some time before we see it in the demonstration area. Toyota is also said to be working on an artificial intelligent car and rumor has it that Apple could be involved in that as well. So it looks as if the transportation sector may be the next area for artificial intelligence and advanced driving capabilities.

The third area is education. Just as Google and GE are working on artificially intelligent cars, Microsoft has plans to put computer brain power into education. The goal there will be to teach kids how to write, create and explore technology. Computer science experts will be brought in to help kids and children learn new technologies as they grow. Microsoft is in talks with several schools to accelerate innovation.

One of the areas where artificial intelligence will be shown off soon is the pharmaceutical industry. Pharmaceutical companies have long been trying to find ways to create better artificial intelligence and computer algorithms that will allow them to make more informed decisions about what drugs to develop and which one should be phased out. It’s not known when we’ll see this technology, but the demonstration area right now is the rat tumor drug, Eilette. Scientists there have developed a machine that can detect the presence and severity of a deadly chemical called nitrosamines in the blood stream. The system not only alerts the doctor to the problem but also can give him real time measurements of the levels of the drug in the blood stream.

If you think this field will be around a decade from now, you’re probably being very conservative. Industry analysts predict that in the next five years we’ll see an almost seamless integration between machines and humans. Artificial intelligence will become part of every business, every organization and every healthcare professional’s life. We can look forward to an Artificial intelligence box called samtec and an artificial intelligence supercomputer called holman.