Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science that focuses on developing intelligent machines that work and react just like humans. AI is becoming increasingly popular in our daily lives, and its applications have expanded beyond what we initially thought was possible. In fact, AI is already being implemented in many industries including finance, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, education, and government services.
1. Augmented Reality (AR)
Augmented reality is a technology that overlays digital information onto real-world environments. AR devices use cameras or sensors to detect objects in their environment and then display relevant data about them. For example, if you were walking down the street and saw a billboard for a restaurant, you could open the app on your phone and get directions to the location. You would not need to memorize the address; instead, the device would know where to direct you. AR is currently being used in several different ways, including gaming, marketing, and navigation.
Biotechnology is the study of biology and how it affects human activities. It includes genetic engineering, molecular biology, and cellular biology. Modern biotechnologies have led to advances in medicine, agriculture, and industry.
3. Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is a model of service delivery for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
4. Cyber Security
Cyber security is the practice of protecting computers and computer systems from malicious attacks. These attacks may take the form of viruses, worms, spyware, spam email, denial of service attacks, hacking, identity theft, credit card fraud, etc.
5. Data Analytics
Data analytics is the application of statistics and mathematical techniques to analyze data sets. Data analytics is often used in business settings to help companies make decisions based on quantitative analysis of trends and patterns in their data.
6. Internet of Things (IoT)
The internet of things refers to the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded technologies within physical products that allow those products to collect, exchange, and analyze data via interfaces to the internet. IoT developments apply artificial intelligence capabilities to interconnected physical devices, vehicles, buildings, appliances, and machinery.