Artificial intelligence or AI is one of the most transformative technologies of our time. In 2022, we can expect its advancements to increase rapidly as more industries understand and integrate AI into their systems. In other words, we can expect artificial intelligence to take over the world. Well, at least not in the way the movies portray it.
Advancement in AI isn’t something to be feared. Rather, it should be embraced. To those with a rudimentary understanding of AI, it may seem intimidating or even unnecessary. In this article, we’ll talk about the biggest AI trends to expect in 2022 and how no-code is certain to be part of it.
Workplaces are always evolving to include more and more tech into their processes. While some people fear that robots will take over humans’ jobs or make some roles redundant, realistically, it would be more of us working alongside AI.
Some AI tools are already being used in fields like marketing where tons of data need to be sorted through. In disciplines like engineering, AI tools are being used for predictive maintenance. That is, accurately anticipating which machines will need repair or servicing.
In 2022, we can expect more fields to integrate AI tools into their business processes.
Language models use statistics to predict the probability of words occurring in a sentence. LMs are used in natural language processing or NPL applications that generate text as an output. This field of AI is the prime mover behind technologies like translators, voice assistants, etc.
In the next year, we can expect better language modelling and AI to generate text that very closely mirrors, if not, is indistinguishable from human speech.
As more of our lives exist online, the threat of cyberattacks inevitably grows. Cybersecurity, therefore, becomes a greater priority to all.
The best solution to hackers and scammers is the integration of AI into existing security measures. Smart automation in AI-driven security systems drastically reduces the amount of time and effort agencies normally put into implementing identity and access management systems. AI can analyze traffic and recognize possible malicious activity, which is why sectors like banking and finance are opting for more AI-driven security systems.
Zuckerberg’s Metaverse signifies a new era in virtual reality. An amalgamate of augmented reality, 3D, and AI, this digital environment provides a new space for people to work and play.
Just like any digital platform, the Metaverse will only grow to be increasingly sophisticated. The role of AI in this new virtual reality is inevitable.
This new branch of AI is centered around the creation of written, visual, and performing arts including music, poetry, plays, and even video games. The future sees creative AI becoming more sophisticated, able to churn out art that feels more man-made than computer generated.
The next year holds the promise of creative AI being used for newsletter writing in marketing, headline generating in news, and the making of logos, infographics, and other informational pieces.
With the rate at which AI is developing, it’s clear that artificial intelligence will become an integral part of technological advancement in 2022. But where does no-code fit into this narrative? Let’s take it back a couple of years to the early stages of web and app development.
The 2000s saw an influx of businesses going online which resulted in an increasing demand for web developers. Similarly, the rise of smartphones and mobile apps in the late 2000s demanded more and more app developers.
The problem during the early years of both eras, however, was that developers were a rarity. Additionally, technology wasn’t as advanced as it is today, so development took much longer. Even today, traditional coding takes a lot of time and requires extensive expertise in programming. The solution to all this is no-code.
No-code takes traditional programming and translates the process into a language and interface that even those with little to no coding experience can understand. This extraordinary revolution has empowered millions of users to build their own apps despite not having the expertise of a developer.
So in the same way that no-code helped simplify app building, no-code will help simplify AI development, deployment, and integration.
Instead of fearing it, we should embrace it. It’s clear that AI, much like other technologies, is there to make our lives easier. Because of its power, AI is cementing itself as a part of our everyday. And as more industries work to integrate AI in their processes, the need for simplified or “user-friendly” AI is inevitable.
No-code has always been that key simplifying tool in software development. No-code simplifying AI use is an exciting and almost unavoidable next step.
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