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If you're a developer, an app owner, or even just someone who follows new technology, then there's no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest topics in tech right now. It's also one of the most exciting elements of the future — and not just for those who want to get into coding and software development. As AI becomes more prevalent across all industries and areas of life, it's going to provide us with incredible new services that we never thought possible before. In this article we'll be taking a look at five of our favorite tools that developers can use today to start working with AI today:
1) Pathway detection
“Pathway detection is a tool that can identify the molecular reaction pathways of a cell. This is useful for understanding how cells work and how they respond to environmental stressors, which can help us identify potential drug targets.” Says Steve Pogson, Founder & E-commerce Strategy Lead at FirstPier
Pathway detection is one of the most popular tools among scientists because it allows them to get a better idea about what their experiments mean in terms of biological processes. Pathway detection is a powerful tool for scientists to use because it allows them to study cell pathways and understand how they work. This can have implications in many fields of research, such as cancer biology and neurobiology. 2) Image classification is one of the most common uses of AI. It allows computers to recognize objects within images based on their visual characteristics.
2) Natural language understanding
“Natural language understanding, or NLU for short, is the ability to understand human language. This includes things like reading text aloud and understanding what it means—a skill that's been around since humans first started talking to each other.” Explains Daniel Foley, Head of content at SEO-Audits.io
NLU can also be broken down into two subcategories: document processing and question answering. Document processing involves analyzing a large amount of data (such as legal documents) in order to answer questions like "Is this person an employee?" The most popular tools in this category are IBM Watson Tone Analyzer and Text Summarization Toolkit by IBM Research - Silicon Valley Lab (RVL). Question answering involves gathering information from multiple sources and then providing answers based on those sources' responses; think "What does this sentence mean?"
3) Image recognition
Image recognition is a subset of machine vision, and it's used in many applications. It's one of the most common AI tools for image processing, thanks to its ability to process large amounts of images quickly and accurately.
According to Helen Ferris, Founder at Imaginemaids “Image recognition can be applied to various kinds of images that have been pre-processed by humans or computers (e.g., text or handwritten numbers). Image recognition software can also be used on raw source data from cameras; however, this method is less effective because it requires significant expertise from both human experts and programmers alike—and there are other ways you can use computer vision without having these types of resources!”
Many businesses rely on image recognition technology because it helps them improve their products by allowing them access to what users see when using them - especially when they're trying something new like virtual reality games such as those found at Oculus Rift World where people interact with each other while wearing headsets which create realistic environments around them so they feel like they're actually somewhere else entirely instead just sitting at home watching TV shows online alone!
4) Machine learning automation
Machine learning automation is a subset of machine learning. It's useful in areas like self-driving cars, fraud detection, and image recognition. It can also be used for big data analysis and predictive analytics.
Machine learning automation provides an automated way to perform the same tasks over and over again using algorithms that learn from previous results so you don't have to repeat them every time manually. For example: if you want your website's content management system (CMS) feature to automatically generate new product descriptions based on customer feedback—you'll want your CMS installed with machine learning automation capabilities because they'll do this work for you instead of having one person write all those descriptions by hand! Says Alice Rowen Hall Co-Founder at Rowen Homes
5) Deep learning training
“Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that uses multiple layers of artificial neural networks to learn from data. Deep learning has been used in image recognition and natural language processing, but it's also applied to speech recognition, self-driving cars, and more. For example, you could use deep learning to teach your website's CMS to generate descriptions for each new product you add. It will learn what words are most common in customer feedback, and then use that information to write original descriptions automatically.” Says Shad Elia, CEO of New England Home Buyers
We’re still in the early days of AI, but there are already plenty of tools that we can use to make our lives easier. As we saw above, even today's best AI tools are powerful and will only get better in the coming years. It’s important for us all to stay educated about these technologies so that we can understand their potential impact on society as well as how they can be used for good or bad purposes. And if you don't want to wait until 2022 for your next breakthrough idea—or just need some inspiration—check out some of our other articles: one is about how small changes in speech patterns could lead to huge advances in medicine and other covers how scientists have harnessed electricity from bacteria!