AI is being used in a variety of unique ways. This is mainly due to machine learning, which enables AI devices like Siri and Alexa to learn your preferences.
Similarly, AI can also help to identify and fight cybersecurity flaws in software applications. This allows businesses to stay safe from hackers and other security threats.
1. Predictive Analytics
Predictive analytics is a data-based technique that uses historical trends and patterns to forecast possible scenarios. It can help you plan and implement strategic business decisions.
It also helps to identify potential threats and crises ahead of time so you can react quickly to avoid them. It’s a powerful tool for any industry, from banking to healthcare to manufacturing.
When it comes to marketing, predictive models can determine what messaging and media style will be most effective for specific customer segments. They can also detect churn and flag it up before it happens, which could help you retain more customers.
Predictive analytics has also helped healthcare organizations improve patient engagement and personalized treatment plans. For example, it can identify patients who are likely to miss their appointments and help administrators plan clinician schedules and allocate resources accordingly.
2. Automated Warehousing and Supply Chain Management
Warehouse automation systems help reduce human errors and improve efficiency, safety and customer service. They also help maximize space utilization.
Automated storage and retrieval (AS/RS) systems store and retrieve cargo in specific locations within a warehouse without the need for human intervention. These systems use sensors to follow established routes and can also automatically sort materials.
These robots are particularly useful in high-volume e-commerce warehouses with low overhead space. They can pick, pack and load goods onto outbound trucks, reducing the number of manual staff required.
For example, Amazon uses autonomous mobile shelf loader robots that lift and transport shelving units of inventory to designated locations where they can be picked by human workers. This minimizes worker movement and walking time, enabling them to complete more orders in a shorter period of time.
3. Real-Time Navigation
Artificial Intelligence technology is helping first responders locate stranded victims of natural disasters. AI systems analyze aerial photos and drone footage to pinpoint where people are located.
This technology can also be used to improve healthcare and provide companionship to elderly individuals. Many elderly suffer from dementia or depression and having an AI-powered companion can be a great help in their daily lives.
Similarly, AI systems are being used to identify exoplanets in space. This is done using time-series analysis capabilities.
The present study proposes a self-paced BCI based on motor imagery with dry electrodes that is more intuitive and user-friendly than the current system. It is accompanied by new middle-level control strategies that enable efficient navigation in unknown virtual scenes. Its decoding accuracy is improved by implementing error-control strategies. This approach is suitable for both low-level and middle-level navigation modes, making it useful for real-world applications. It is also more convenient and immersive.
4. Robotic Bees
One of the most unusual uses of AI is to help us do things we might not otherwise be able to do, like finding victims in disasters and diagnosing sepsis. It’s also helping doctors and scientists track endangered animals in the wild.
Scientists in the Netherlands are trying to build a robotic bee, which would pollinate crops. While the robot might not be as effective at pollinating crops as a human, it could have an impact on food security and sustainability.
Bees are the most important crop pollinators in the world, with more than 20,000 different species of bees worldwide. Each bee has its own unique flight patterns and body size, making them ideal for specific flowers.
As a bee’s population continues to decline, researchers are turning to technology to make beehives healthier and stronger. They’re using augmented beehives and even robots to monitor and tend the insects, in hopes that these stealth tactics will help bolster their numbers.