With the coming year, we are heading towards more advancement in technology.
Artificial intelligence was one of the burning topics of 2017.
AIs developed new languages for communication; it also raised questions on whether it will leave thousands of employees jobless or not. But it is much more than that which you will experience in 2018.
So what will 2018 look like compared to the tumult of the past year?
AI WILL MAKE DESIGNERS MORE CREATIVE
This year, we saw a lot of pessimism about AI making certain jobs obsolescent.
But there is huge potential for the technology to help people become more creative. In 2018 AI will be incorporated into more and more design tools in a way that will give designers’ creativity a boost. These designing tools created with AI are basically creativity engines.
Projects like Dreamcatcher and Google Magenta, which is trying to create music and art using AI are the best examples of creativity tools made by with AI. But again, it’s not about replacing designers or human artists–it’s about giving them more choices, and more inspiration.
NEW TOOLS WILL MAKE AI MORE ACCESSIBLE
New tools will make Artificial Intelligence more accessible to the developers. With the help of Software tools, AI can become accessible to every single Designer. These tools will give a chance to developers to think more creatively about algorithms.
We can create flash toolkit for AI so that we don’t have to worry about different aspects of the programming anymore.
MORE MONEY WILL POUR INTO AI ENTERPRISE PROJECTS THAN EVER BEFORE
Encouraged on by the successes achieved by innovators and market leaders in 2017, more and more businesses will launch initiatives involving AI.
With self-driving cars and ships, as well as life-saving medical advances on the horizon, it seems likely that the speed of technological change is only going to increase as the decade draws to a close.
WE’LL RECKON WITH AI’S LIMITATIONS
However despite being so helpful for technology, AI is bounded by some serious limitations and in the next few years, designers and engineers will face a challenge: how to incorporate AI into the products in a way that improves the user experience–and doesn’t annoy people endlessly when it doesn’t quite work.
Algorithms just need to be smart enough enhance the manual mode we are working in.The role of design is to gently incorporate AI into the modalities we’re otherwise working in in a way that doesn’t overburden the AI, and just offers some lift to the existing burden that the user was otherwise doing.
Thus, you will see new phase of AI in 2018. Overall, I predict that 2018 will be a very exciting year for Artificial Intelligence.