Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a kind of simulation that involves a model intended to represent human intelligence or knowledge. An AI-based simulation model typically mimics human intelligence such as reasoning, learning, perception, planning, language comprehension, problem-solving, and decision making. Rule-based knowledge representation is commonly used for building AI-based simulation models.
Are You Futurable?
Which college to choose? Which career change to make?
Are we eating the healthiest combination of food?
Are we managing our life efficiently enough?
We have to make such and similar life-decisions all the time in a continuously accelerating world.
AIBrain’s Futurable is designed to help us to make these decisions more efficiently by using state-of-the-art, AI-based future simulation technology.
Users can configure their simulation environment to resemble their own life, and then interact with simulation, including human-like AIs, to travel their future, and learn about which actions, which decisions are the best.
Simulate each possibility, and witness the results!
Let’s build a better future together, with AI! Our state-of-the-art AI technology, called Futurable, is aimed to allow for unprecedented future simulation, both for individuals and businesses.
Why do we need that?
As the pace of social and technological change accelerates exponentially, making life-changing decisions, such as choosing a college major or making a career change, becomes more-and-more difficult.
There is no time travel (yet), to help us decide. So the next best thing instead – to simulate our future. The more vividly we can peer into our future, the more confident we can be in taking the actions necessary to achieve our goals and desires.
Seeing is believing.
Let us build a better future together with Futurable!
Technology Grows Exponentially, Social Changes Accelerate
The Impact of AI – Widespread Job Losses
By 2021, intelligent agents and related robots will have eliminated a net 6% of jobs. That’s a huge number: approximately 9 million jobs in the US.
Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. jobs by 2030 but economic growth, rising productivity, and other forces could more than offset the losses, McKinsey Global Institute.
47% of all US jobs are at risk by 2021
“The Future of Employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerization?” (2013, Oxford)
A 2013 Oxford University study estimates that 47 percent of U.S. jobs could be replaced by robots and automated technology within the next two decades.
“Stop being a Luddite”
In 1961, President Kennedy said, “the major challenge of the sixties is to maintain full employment at a time when automation is replacing men.”
In the 1980s, the advent of personal computers spurred “computerphobia” with many fearing they’d be replaced by computers.