B. Swathi,S. Shoban Babu,Monelli Ayyavaraiah,





The term intelligence refers to the ability to acquire and apply different skills and knowledge to solve a given problem. The current wave of technological change based on advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) has created widespread fear of job losses and further rises in inequality. Artificial intelligence in the last two decades has greatly improved performance of the manufacturing and service systems. Study in the area of artificial intelligence has given rise to the rapidly growing technology known as expert system. This paper will explore the future predictions for artificial intelligence and based on which potential solution will be recommended to solve it within next decades.


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