In 2020, man will depend more on artificial intelligence
In 2020, robots will not take on the role of humans, but human dependence on artificial intelligence will increase, especially in firms, which will have employee training courses for high-tech communication.
Experts in artificial intelligence announce the introduction of “voice assistant”, which will assist the heads of certain sectors in companies, collect information for them and pass on to them alternative plans.
Autonomous vehicles (driver berths) will be even more prevalent on the roads – in addition to traffic, cars will be passed more frequently at the wheel of someone reading a book while a self-pilot is driving.
According to the Verdikt portal, experts believe that from next year, health data will be used more for the wider development of artificial intelligence.
Also, in 2020, artificial intelligence will increasingly make decisions in large companies and organizations.
In order to prevent manipulation, companies will need to pay special attention to the decision-making process and further control technology that will take decisions on the most important business issues.
Sharing photos, mimes, and other content over quantum internet is a step closer than it was, because scientists were able to “teleport” information for the first time between two chips that were not physically connected.
Modern physicists dream of making quantum computers that could solve problems too complicated for today’s most powerful supercomputers, but their creation requires them to learn how to handle quantum particles smaller than atoms.
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark have created chip-level devices that can manipulate individual particles of light thanks to quantum physics.
The whole study was published in the journal Nature Physics.
In one of the experiments, researchers were able to demonstrate for the first time “quantum teleportation of information” between two devices, using a process known as “quantum coupling”.
It is a phenomenon that occurs when pairs or groups of particles are in such a state of interaction that a change in one means a change in the other particle as well, and that the distance between them is irrelevant.
“We were able to demonstrate a high-quality quantum coupling relationship between two chips in the lab, in which the photons on both chips shared the same quantum state,” said study co-author Den Levelin.
The science team had a 91 percent success rate when teleporting particles, a very good result.
The ability to establish and maintain reliable quantum circuits is key to creating more sophisticated devices and, ultimately, quantum communication systems and networks that can communicate with conventional electronics.