Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

In this article we will discuss Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

In this article, we will discuss Benefits of Artificial Intelligence. So, let’s get started.

Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

  • Policing:
  • With the help of AI, one can match facial recognition with the central database, predict the pattern of crime, analyse CCTV footage which are available across the country to identify suspects.
  • Government is digitising all the records, especially the crime records, putting it into one single place called CCTNS where all the data including the image, biometrics, or the criminal history of a convict or suspect is available.
  • Agriculture:
  • AI Helping Analyse Farm Data:
  • Farmers can analyse factors like weather conditions, temperature, water usage or soil conditions collected from their farm to better inform their decisions.
  • Precision in Agriculture:
  • Precision agriculture uses AI technology to aid in detecting diseases in plants, pests, and poor plant nutrition on farms.
  • AI sensors can detect and target weeds and then decide which herbicides to apply within the right buffer zone.
  • Water Management, Crop Insurance and Pest Control:
  • International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics ICRISAT has developed an AI-power sowing app, which utilises weather models and data on local crop yield and rainfall to more accurately predict and advise local farmers on when they should plant their seeds.
  • To Tackle the Pandemic:
  • At National Level:
  • For the Covid-19 response, an AI-enabled Chatbot was used by MyGov for ensuring communications.
  • The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) deployed the Watson Assistant on its portal to respond to specific queries of frontline staff and data entry operators from various testing and diagnostic facilities across the country on Covid-19.
  • Education:
  • The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) had launched a “Responsible AI for Youth” programme this year in April, wherein more than 11,000 students from government schools completed the basic course in AI.
  • The Central Board of Secondary Education has integrated AI in the school curriculum to ensure that students passing out have the basic knowledge and skills of data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
  • Healthcare:
  • Machine Learning:
  • Application of AI can be beneficial in precision medicine – predicting what treatment protocols are likely to succeed on a patient based on various patient attributes and the treatment context.
  • Natural Language Processing:
  • NLP involves the creation, understanding and classification of clinical documentation and published research.
  • NLP systems can analyse unstructured clinical notes on patients, prepare reports, transcribe patient interactions and conduct conversational AI.

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