5 Tips to Maximize Your Artificial Intelligence World

5 Tips to Maximize Your Artificial Intelligence World

By Matthew Kent | July 25, 2017

Artificial intelligence is now a part of everyone’s lives – there’s no denying it.

There are remarkable people in charge of creating these devices, which are becoming smarter and smarter with every iteration.

One such remarkable person is 13-year-old Tanmay Bakshi, who is a successful app developer, teaches computer coding to more than 100,000 YouTube followers and is the world’s youngest Watson developer.

“I think it’s a misconception people have that artificial intelligence is this technology that was made to replace humans,” he said during a recent interview. “What I believe is that artificial intelligence was developed – and is continuing to be developed – for the sole purpose of augmenting our life and amplifying our skills or capabilities and what we can do every day.”

With this in mind, 41 percent of consumers believe artificial intelligence is here to benefit their lives. So, how can we use artificial intelligence to ensure AI adds value to our lives?

1. Monitor Your Usage

AI can help you get through certain tasks in a timely manner. But how much is too much?

Don’t be afraid to ask Alexa for recipe instructions or Google directions to a concert. These are examples of how technology is enhancing our skillsets.

When you look to Facebook articles or Siri for ways to write every single work email – you’ve gone too far.

2. Work With Multiple Platforms

Yes, they are competitors.

Google AI sources material from its own search engine, while Amazon’s Alexa runs on the Bing search engine.

It’s helpful to find what works best for you and not worry about if there is an apple or “G” logo printed on it.

3. Give Products Time to Smooth Out Kinks

They may not operate the way you want them to at all times, but there are professionals behind the constant program enhancements that are making their way to your device.

These developers are always 10 steps ahead of us: By the time we realize we are even having a problem, they are already sending out the fix.

4. Don’t Buy Into Every Sell

Unless you have thousands of dollars to throw around, don’t worry about connecting every facet of your life to the internet.

The new Google-connected jacket created with Levi’s may not be for everyone. This is an example product that shows developers are moving into the future, but it may not be practical for everyone on the planet.

In the meantime, it might be easier to whip your phone out for directions rather than caress the cables in your sleeve for $350.

5. Be Thankful!

You may not even realize it, but your Gmail’s priority inbox and spam filter are examples of artificial intelligence. So is that plagiarism checker your professors forced you to use in college. Our social media is a given.

AI has become so ingrained in our everyday lives that we sometimes don’t even realize it’s there!

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About the Author
Matthew Kent

Matthew is Associate Director of the New York office, overseeing all daily operations.

His influence within the Technology sector has placed hundreds of professionals in development, project services, business intelligence and data analytics, and cloud positions.

Matthew spearheaded projects alongside leading technology teams within one of the world’s top STEM specialist recruitment firms, earning awards for his tenacious style of talent acquisition and imparting those skillsets onto his GQR team.

He has skillfully impacted Australia’s talent acquisition market at one of the country’s top-rated headhunting firms, placing technology professionals for elite financial institutions.

Matthew graduated from the University of the West of England with a degree in law.

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