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One of our trends to watch in 2019 is artificial intelligence (AI), which is expected to continue impacting our personal and professional lives. AI is intelligence demonstrated by machines and "has the potential to revolutionize how we live, work, learn, discover, and communicate."
Recently, the Pew Research Center canvassed more than 900 technology pioneers, innovators, developers, business and policy leaders, researchers and activists to pose the question: As AI continues to spread, will people be better off than they are today?
What they learned, we hope will help you in your work.
"Many focused their optimistic remarks on health care and the many possible applications of AI in diagnosing and treating patients or helping senior citizens live fuller and healthier lives. They were also enthusiastic about AI's role in contributing to broad public-health programs built around massive amounts of data that may be captured in the coming years about everything from personal genomes to nutrition."
Read the full article to learn more about the experts' predictions for AI. Interested in learning more about AI? We'll be sharing additional examples, including examples of AI in the HIV field, later on this year.