By way of myths and stories AI is centuries old. Even our ancient scriptures mention flying machines that worked on human commands. But the concept, as we understand it now, first emerged around the 1940s and 1950s with the machines that can learn and think like humans. The concept gained traction in a big way only at the beginning of 2000s. Today, there is hardly any aspect of life that has not been touched by AI. We have seen how Uber and Airbnb disrupted the hospitality industry. It has increasingly automated manufacturing. Products like Google Home, Siri, Alexa are being used by a 3-year-old to an 80-year-old. There are cars that don't need humans to drive them. The use of AI in agriculture has helped boost production and provided an answer to the spectra of impending food...
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