How ubiquitous AI will permeate everything we do without our knowledge.
AI is already used in hiring processes where resumes are scanned for relevant keywords pertaining to the role. Hiring managers will be able to match candidate's online persona with their resume to get an accurate all-up picture of the candidate.
Human - machine interfaces
Elon Musk has launched Neuralink, to develop technology that connects our brains to computers, perhaps to give us brain-based artificial intelligence. Uploading and downloading your thoughts to your computer is not as far away as you think.
AI automated hacking prevention against cyber-attacks
Finding and stopping, hacks, and cyber attacks today is mainly a manual process done by security professionals who hunt through code to fix vulnerabilities.
DARPA held the Cyber Grand Challenge competition to try and create automatic systems that could find vulnerabilities, build patches for them and deploy them in real time.
The Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers is working on a project that develops algorithms for AI to create art. In most examples humans could not distinguish art created by AI compared with art created by humans.
Sense and avoid technology for drones
As more and more drones take to the skies, the need for effective flight path and zone management becomes more important. NASA is looking at drone traffic management solutions, and drones with inbuilt collision avoidance features like the DJI Phantom 4 will become cheaper and more available.
Bots such as the continuous learning bot Obie by Slack enables new staff to be onboarded by the bot. Bots like Obie will answers questions and build up a pattern of training topics and processes that will need to be addressed.