We truly can appreciate it, not fear it.
Technology and its progressions have been in the news a lot lately for big, scary and negative reasons – Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal being the biggest of all.
With new GDPR laws taking effect today (May 25, 2018) – even blissfully ignorant tech users are beginning to ask questions.
There’s nothing to be afraid of.
With new discoveries and experiences, there is always a learning curve and resistance. And with the massive impact technology makes in industries and lives all over the world, we should expect, not fear, the troubles sure to come with it.
The tea is technology makes our lives easier, and it will continue to.
In the fight between change and convenience – convenience will win out every time, and that’s really lucky for technology companies.
Unless a company is careless or deliberately lax with customers’ data, we generally trust them.
One of those who have been disillusioned by technology news lately?
Here’s 3 good things we can still expect from tech and artificial intelligence as we progress
AI will free up more of our time by improving business processes and overall standard of living
For example, WorkFusion with its [Robotic Process Automation](Robotic Process Automation) and Smart Automation Processes helps businesses of varying sizes automate most the repetitive and mundane aspects of their lives and jobs to make room for more fulfilling activities and time spent away from work.
AI can manage our lives
Schedule appointments, monitor home security, send reminders, the little tasks that make up the core of our lives but are quite monotonous. Currently, many homes are already equipped with some version of Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Home Assistant, or Apple’s HomePod. These devices play their music, help with shopping lists and announce the weather. We are going to get more of these.
AI using blockchain will even protect your data!
For example, Aigo, an Ethereum-based and smart contract compliant. The blockchain secures ownership of your personal Aigo and data. Which means it’s their responsibility to keep you safe digitally. They protect your data is your property, just like other tangible objects and aim to never share or sell them.