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The current presence of artificial intelligence in our everyday lives

Dear readers,

Today I would like to talk to you about the extraordinary possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI) that we already encounter in everyday life.

From medicine to the automotive industry, there are numerous examples that illustrate how AI is already improving our lives and opening up new horizons for us.

One impressive area of application is disease diagnostics. AI-controlled systems such as IBM Watson support doctors in the analysis of medical data and thus help to make faster and more accurate diagnoses. This technology can save lives and revolutionize healthcare.

AI also plays a crucial role in the automotive industry. Self-driving cars are increasingly becoming a reality. Companies like Tesla, Waymo and Uber are using AI to make vehicles safer and more efficient. 47% of customers already trust in entrusting their family to a self-driving car. The future of driving will be shaped by AI.

Another fascinating example is in the smart home space. With AI-controlled language assistants such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, we can intelligently control and automate our home. From turning on the lights to controlling the heating - AI makes our everyday life easier and improves our living comfort.

And don't forget the influence of AI on personalized product recommendations. Platforms like Amazon and Netflix use powerful algorithms to give us recommendations based on our preferences and behaviors. This allows us to discover new products and enjoy tailor-made entertainment.

It is important to be open to the extraordinary possibilities of artificial intelligence. AI has the potential to improve our lives and transform our world. Whether in medicine, the automotive industry, in the smart home or for personalized product recommendations - AI is already an integral part of our everyday lives.

Let's explore the extraordinary possibilities of artificial intelligence together and shape the future.

Best regards,

Mark Phillip Rasch

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