Communication technology has made incredible strides over the last few years, owing to the emergence of apps, smartphones, and several other mediums of communication remaining effective and readily accessible.
Still, there remains plenty of room for communication technology to grow, and in the years ahead, people may find that communicating with others will become easier than ever before, thanks in large part to the continued development of artificial intelligence.
AI integration into mass communication hasn’t exactly gone perfectly. Earlier this year, Microsoft’s AI chatbot “Tay” quickly developed unpleasant communication habits not long after it was exposed to the general public.
But even that major stumble is unlikely to derail the development of AI, mainly because there are simply too many benefits to be gained from this particular type of technology to abandon it now.
If AI can develop as expected, it could revolutionize several different kinds of technology.
Communication technology, in particular, would be a big beneficiary.
Imagine being able to have an AI bot inside your phone that can quickly interpret messages it receives and suggests quick replies for them that you can send without having to type a single word.
Imagine too how much extra time you could have if you only needed to respond messages that required that distinct human touch.
Automation is already utilized in a few ways for communicating currently, so why can’t things be taken just a few steps further?
The potential benefits to developing AI properly for communication technology are simply too great to not explore, so count on seeing more of it soon.
And even if the wider integration of AI into commonly used mediums of communication may not take place overnight, it’s likely not that far off into the future as well, and by then, AI will hopefully be able to work properly, and truly turn into the immensely beneficial tool it was always meant to be.
A serial entrepreneur, Ray Bolouri is focused on creating "the next innovation.”
At young age, Ray co-wrote a dental billing software which has since become the defacto standard for dental practices worldwide. Later he helped market and build the 7th largest ISP in the United States.Read More
And most recently, he has built a new standard for modern business communication: an enterprise enhanced messaging platform: txtmeQuick.
Ray is 'obsessed' with better solutions and constantly challenges 'old standards'. From building the very first wireless network in Zimbabwe in 1995, to implementing the very first commercial DSL in 1996 and up to 2009. The following year, he founded the first ever modern M2B (mobile-to-business) communication platform developed; he has continued to push the limits of innovation, despite the odds (and has successfully achieved many of his goals).
Follow him on Twitter at @raybolouri.Enable your phone number to DO MORE. Click here for more details.
Latest posts by Ray Bolouri (see all)
- How to Get People to Pay More Attention to Renewable Sources of Energy - January 13, 2017
- How to Become a Highly Competent “Value Creator” - January 5, 2017
- The Future of Augmented Reality Games - December 8, 2016