Technology companies and researchers across the world have now set an ambitious goal of developing AI solutions that are not just intelligent in terms of decisions taken, but can also learn from data – like humans do. Future computing technologies will repeatedly challenge Moore’s Law, with Quantum being the ultimate disruption point. By 2025, the industry will have powerful processors in mobile devices capable of running trained deep networks for cognitive functions such as vision, speech, and security. Industries of the future will witness humans and robots working collaboratively through sensored human-machine interfaces.
By 2030, over 50% of jobs in the Western World could be automated by AI
Machine learning and deep learning could contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030
Brain computing interface devices (BCIs) will emerge by 2025 and will reach market prevalence by 2030.