AI is playing a key part in reshaping and developing businesses, and in improving people’s daily lives. Different concepts, tools and technologies that use algorithms—such as blockchain, machine and deep learning, natural language processing etc.—are beginning to show exciting possibilities that will support and optimise human intelligence. If guided by an ethical and responsible approach, this field can offer numerous rewards.

What AI Can Detect About Humans Through Their Voices

Artificial Intelligence (AI), which first emerged in the 1950s, now has many essential uses.
For example, it is used in some call centers to recognize a person’s emotional state through their intonation.
AI can be defined as a blend of science and technology that attempts to use machines to replicate human-specific cognitive skills, such as the ability to see, sense, hear, listen, speak, understand natural language, reason, learn and, finally, feel emotion.

AI is only just at the start of its development and is continuing to progress quickly. However, it still has a long way to go before it reaches human-level intelligence.
It is used to help, support, assist and lighten the load of human intelligence, rather than replace it.
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