Original article was published on Artificial Intelligence on Medium
The future of Artificial Intelligence
Well, it looks like Artificial Intelligence is headed for a whole new wave. Artificial intelligence is defined as a type of computer science which is concerned with defining and understanding artificial intelligent machines, humans and societal problems.
The search results on Yahoo search engine include not only search engines like Google, but also news, blogs, podcasts, social media, forums, product reviews, blogs, games, chat rooms, email and other features. In fact, in the past year or so, Yahoo search results have shown some signs of changes. It appears that many of Yahoo’s users may be changing to different search engines.
When you go to Yahoo now, you get search results from Bing, Ask, AOL, Lycos, MSN, Tumblr, StumbleUpon, Technorati, and others. With this list of search engines, do you see what I mean about the “future of artificial intelligence?”
People use search engines to find things, and if search results are the future of artificial intelligence, how can we expect things to be changed? How can we expect people to be less skeptical?
In fact, the search results on Yahoo as it relates to artificial intelligence will really change the way people will search. You see, Yahoo search results will include an entire gallery of information. It will not be one product in one area, it will be a different product in another area.
Let me explain to you what I mean by that, and how it applies to artificial intelligence. Suppose you have an area of interest, and you want to find out if there is anything new about that topic.
You would probably go through the yellow pages looking for something like that or look online at news sites or internet sites or technological developments and events to see if there was any major change. The point is, you might spend time and money to find the information you need, and when you found what you needed, you might ask a question and wait for an answer.
If you’re searching for anything that might be changing, or something that has been recorded recently, then you probably want to get more information than the search results Yahoo provides. For example, you may want to know if there has been a major change in your area of interest, so you turn to news or technology sites.
If you’re looking for major technological developments, you may have to look elsewhere. For example, if you’re looking for the law, you would probably turn to the news or turn to technical sites for information on that subject.
Now, what we are looking at is the future of artificial intelligence. You can expect things to change as computer science advances, and it will be important to understand what is new and not so new, so you don’t spend time looking for the information you want only to find that information has already been compiled and published.
What would happen if someone was searching for the information they needed and ended up looking in the wrong place? For example, if you wanted to learn about a topic, and ended up getting plenty of information on things you did not need, or learning about something that was not important, what do you think the outcome would be?
In fact, you’d be frustrated, because you would have wasted time and wasted your money, and wasted your time. Perhaps, one day, you could buy “search results” for information, and if you didn’t find what you were looking for, you’d just turn around and do a search, and get what you wanted instead.