The uses of AI are deeper and wider than we may have imagined years ago. Past literature and film depicted AI as robots helping command a spaceship or as an iron superhero saving a city from evil. While AI today may not look like a Transformer or R2D2, its expanding list of use cases is changing our daily lives.
From Siri and Alexa answering our questions to Netflix recommending shows to watch, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a reliable feature in our everyday lives.
The rumors are true. Data scientists – particularly ones that work in tech-dominant Seattle, like I do – are pretty left-brained: logical, analytical, objective. We generally think in numbers and figures, and yes, we drink a lot of coffee. But that doesn’t mean we can’t create technology that is empathetic.