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Artificial intelligence (AI) will be in stores very soon!
For example, some supermarkets offer voice shopping services to customers. In the United States, Walmart shoppers can ask Google Assistant to add certain things to their virtual shopping carts and learn from their shopping habits. Walmart recently acquired Botmock, a call business specialist, to expand its services.
If you are talking to your girlfriend or boyfriend on Facebook and you suddenly want to send them flowers, you do not even have to interrupt the conversation. You click on 1-800-Flowers.com, a messaging artificial intelligence tool integrated with Messenger, and explain what you want. If you use Apple, Samsung, or Google Pay, you do not even need to enter card details.
You probably love coffee too. You can order from your chat robot on the couch in My Starbucks Barista and your coffee is waiting for you to arrive at your local store and have it delivered. Impressively, customers also receive personalized advice in their own language, which reduces the burden of choice and makes the experience as enjoyable as possible.
It reminds me of Her 2013, which takes place soon, where Theodore falls in love with Samantha, a virtual assistant based on artificial intelligence.You might think that jobs might be risky, but AI as a whole may create more jobs than it destroys. For example, the World Economic Forum in 2018 predicted that the net number of new jobs created by artificial intelligence would reach 58 million by 2022.
After all, what may seem alien to our generation may be a common theme for future generations.