The moment the computer made the Rosetta probe land on Comet 67P, it was obvious that the universe of human experiences is incomplete. After all, people were doing all sorts of extraordinary things all around them in their own form at the time. In the early twentieth century and even in the early twentieth century, our lives revolved around science and technology, which brought to us the improvement of and in technology.
We live in a time and space of exponential technological advancement, meaning that technology will continue to get better and help us as a human race. People always need to improve and evolve, and the scientific and technological advances will improve the life of humans.
According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Index (published in 2017), the worst gender gaps are in four areas: health, education, income and political empowerment. For girls and women in those four areas, there is still a lot of work to be done to empower them to lead productive lives. This is precisely what artificial intelligence (AI) can help us to achieve.
While the traditional mindsets of STEM fields are currently prioritizing practical applications of AI to enable human innovation, the experts believe that the real force that will lead us to a sustainable future lies in their applications to human life. Here are the 10 best examples: