I would say all of us use Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is making our lives easier removing time consuming tasks. This is being achieved for the majority of us through the use of smart phones. Therefore Shopping, finding our way around, entertainment, banking and discovering almost anything about anything this is all just a click away.
We are only at the start of things to come. It is hard to imagine that the internet was only developed in the 1950s following the advancement of electronic computers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Internet is a great read and even harder to believe is that the first smart phone was only developed in 1992 read more on the following link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smartphone.
AI is changing the way we live in our homes. Some examples of AI in our homes are home automation, security and video surveillance, connected appliances of which all of these are becoming more common and much more the norm.
Amazon’s Echo and Google home gadgets connects different devices to each other through the Internet of things (IoT) by voice command, this is called a Connected home, but AI driven Home Automation is a step further.
On the electrical energy supply side, many companies are using AI to advance power production efficiency. Siemens uses artificial intelligence algorithms to improve combustion efficiency, reduce emissions, and lower the wear on gas turbines. EDF Energy is testing a machine which is learning to forecast energy demand for the next day more accurately than humans, resulting in energy saving and some coal-fired plants have used AI to increase efficiency and reduce emissions. AI will continue to have a significant impact on power plants operating in the future.
The use of Artificial Intelligence is clearly improving efficiency in the electricity sector for power plants, grid operators, and both large and small consumers will benefit from this progress.
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