Have you ever watched Steven Spielberg’s AI Artificial Intelligence? This film, from 2001, tells the story of David, a robot in the shape of a child purchased to replace the child of a family. This reality of having robots among us is still far away (is it?), but this movie is worth it to better understand the concept of Artificial Intelligence.
AI is nothing more than a set of systems that allow you to simulate human-like intelligence. Through programming based on data and patterns, a machine is able to make decisions. So, it is worth knowing that this technology can automate many processes.
An example is the social media. The algorithm of these platforms works based on AI: evaluating the search and usage patterns of users, they can show the content that may be of greatest interest to the person.
Corporately, the use of AI is also quite common. Through this technology, it is possible to automate several processes in order to reduce errors and/or costs.
The Golden Trio: AI, Big Data and the Internet of Things
When we talk about AI, we need to bring two other concepts into the conversation. The first one is Big Data. If there is something that exists today in high volume, it is data. Different devices generate more and more data all the time, every day.
Big Data is what structures all that information to generate value – for projects, companies and people. With AI, it is possible to streamline the capture of data in Big Data and identify patterns much faster than with human analysis, for example.
Finally, none of this would be possible without the Internet of Things, the way we capture information from the most varied devices such as household appliances, cameras, telephones and everything else that can be connected to the Internet.
And then there is 5G
The trio AI, Big Data and the Internet of Things bring up another need: connection quality and speed. You need to have enough capacity to exchange data all the time to be able to run a quality IoT project.
The arrival of 5G can accelerate and leverage IoT projects as this type of connection speeds up data exchange by 10x and lowers the latency by 10x compared to 4G. Can you imagine the speed we will experience?
We talk more about the advantages of 5G in this other blog postg, check it out and get ready.