September 23, 2018
If there’s a subject that is attracting every single sector within the tech industry, that would be Machine Learning. Many are, in fact, the companies and the developers who are trying to implement machine-based applications into processes that are heavily relying on manual workforces (warehouses and office administration in particular.)
With that in mind, it’s clear that machine learning is seen as a threat from people who are worried about the future of their jobs, with the big question “Am I going to be replaced with a computer?”. Let’s break down the subject with examples.
The Automotive Industry
Infotainments and security are two of the biggest subject when it comes to machine learning applied to the automotive industry. With many examples such as TESLA’s autopilot and Volvo’s pilot assistant, it’s clear how the industry is moving towards the machine learning development side of the onboard technologies. This is definitely something that will hardly impact the way the automotive industry works, given the fact that many companies are developing driverless vehicles that will be launched soon for a beta testing.
The Mobile Industry