Ever wondered what would happen if machines and AI gets so smart enough to replace humans, take all our jobs?.
The mere concept of an ordinary human intelligence being overtaken by artificial intelligence & deep diving into the tech depends upon where you stand on tech singularity.
It is debated among the people that ordinary humans will someday be overtaken by artificially intelligent machines or cognitively enhanced Biotech intelligence. But many also argued that there is no such thing, it is just an augmentation, nothing is there to lose, etc. The truth is It will only make us productive and help us get more creative work done, much faster!!
As per observations made by Harvard studies, Tech disruption happens very fast in this modern era. It is wise for us to understand how does a machine learning work.
Machine learning is about teaching computers how to learn & compute some certain output from various data to make decisions or predictions accordingly. For accurate machine learning, the computer must be able to learn to identify patterns without being explicitly programmed.
The computer learns by doing wrong and right things, we feed them data and program them into doing the right activity. It is also similar to how a human learns by example, by experience & by getting exposed to all sorts of segments of life. It is all about permutations and combinations put together with the help of mined Data. Step-by-step, the Product industry is now incorporating Blockchain technology as well.
3 steps to apply DATA in your Product Management:
As a Product manager, having a basic tech knowledge makes you capable without worrying about tech and its applications, you’ll be confident to effectively lead a tech team to build a product. To watch the full webinar,
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