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By 2030, almost all of the human population would be using or interacting with at least one or many consumable products embedded with artificial intelligence, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized and at a micro level omnipresent everywhere.

Our daily interactions with the technology-based gadgets will become increasingly personalized or customized with our likes, tastes, routines, habits, plans and needs. Holographic based personal assistants similar to present chatbots, can be clumsy and frustrating initially, but they will eventually become truly conversational, learning our habits and personalities and even develop personalities of their own. The key takeaway is that what every data we need would be at our disposal without even stating or thinking as technology progresses, they learn on their own called DeepAI - something creepy isn't.

Privacy concern remains an issue from the beginning, since artificial intelligence requires data to learn patterns and make decisions. But researchers are developing methods to use our data without actually crunching data called as federated learning.

Augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) are closely related, that companies and marketers can combine to create different experiences to end users or customers. At its core, AR is an experience that combines both digital and physical environments, by providing a Virtual reality simulation. Virtual reality (VR) is a simulated experience that employs pose tracking and 3D near-eye displays to give the user an immersive feel of a virtual world.

Our homes, offices and cars will be increasingly watched over with A.I. integrated sensors, like cameras with A.I.-enabled facial recognition software to identify family members, frequent visitors and detect strangers. As time progresses, networks of multiple cameras and sensors will create a mesh of collective intelligence called as ambient intelligence, that will be available to monitor and serve us all the time. Ambient intelligence could recognize changes in behavior or patterns and provide appropriate alert to the respective owners.

Researchers are working on combining the technologies to create realistic 2D or 3D avatars of people who can interact in real time, showing emotion and making context-relevant gestures. This can be used to generate personalized image or video related products. The same approach can be used for kid's, convert a kid's photo to a cartoon avatar using A.I and generate personalized custom cartoon comics strips or animated videos. This end product can't be plagiarized like similar current products, as they are custom made to each and every end user tastes and likes.

Such avatars could help revolutionize education, as researchers are already developing A.I. tutoring systems that can teach like a tutor, deliver content, give assignments, track student behavior, predict their performance and derive strategies to both improve that performance and prevent students from losing interest in studies. in future, A.I. tutors hold the promise of truly personalized education available to anyone in the world with an Internet-connected device, provided they are willing to surrender some privacy to companies. This process may be realized within a decade or more, before such A.I. tutor systems have natural language fluidity and semantic understanding, along with visual interaction with a face that expresses human emotions.

There are seemingly endless ways in which artificial intelligence is beginning to touch our lives, from discovering new inventions, drug research, medical diagnosis, space exploration, high performance automobiles, personalized gadgets and even writing their own software.

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