Recent decades have witnessed a rapid growth in technological advancement. From raising budget-tight efficiency to rendering the smart sensing technology, IT industries not only contest for the top spot but also play a vital role in transforming the world as we perceive it. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not an unusual term nowadays, but the importance bestowed upon it is somewhat undernourished. Coupling the technology with other recent technological advancements, AI can be optimized at even higher levels. Big data is another growing area whose full potential is still unknown. So far, IT has de-duced numerous benefits of big data interplay, but, those seem to be just a fraction of the lucrative repertoire big data has in its lap.
A new strategy, where Big Data is employed in AI, turns out to be a total game changer. Best in its class, Big Data, which uses customer and organization generated information to help firms make better decisions concerning efficiency and cost-effectiveness, meets one of the best technological feats that humankind has achieved—AI, and we can all guess the possible results.
AI can perform such complex tasks which involve sensory recognition and decision-making that ordi-narily require human intelligence. The advent of robotics has further introduced an autonomy that re-quires no human intervention in the implementation of those decisions. Such a technology when paired with Big Data, can rise to unforeseen immensities that we cannot presently articulate. Howev-er, some of the primary outcomes of this merging are as follows:
Soaring Computational power
With continually emerging modern processors, millions of bits of information can be processed in a second or less. Additionally, graphics processors also contribute exponentially to the rising CPS (calcu-lations per second) rate of processors. With the help of Big Data analytics, the processing of big vol-umes of data, and the rendering of rules for machine learning, on which AI will operate, is possible in real time.
Cost Effective and Highly Reliable Memory Devices
Memory and storage are the essential components of any computing machine, and their health de-termines the overall strength of the computer. Efficient storage and quick retrieval of data are critical for a device to work smartly, even more so for AI.
Memory devices such as Dynamic RAMs and flash memories are increasingly in demand for they make use of information merely for processing and not for storage. Data, thus, doesn’t become centralized in one computer but is instead accessed from the cloud itself. With the aid of Big Data, memories of more precise knowledge could be built, which will inevitably result in better surface realities. Addition-ally, the ready cloud which indulges into this large-scale computation is used to produce the AI knowledge space. With the better memory of information, indeed, higher AI learning will be imparted along with reduced costs.
Machine Learning From Non-Artificial Data
Big Data is proven to be a source of genuine business interaction. Big data accumulated for analytics provide a better grounding for prospects of actions and planning of the organizations. Earlier, AI was used to deduce learning from the samples fed in the storage of the machine, but with Big Data analyt-ics it is now possible to provide machine learning with “real” data which helps AI perform better and more accurately.
Improved Recognition Algorithms
With technological advancements, it has become possible to program AI machines in such a way that they can make sense of what we say to them almost as if they were humans. However, humans can produce an infinite set of sentences through combinations based upon underlying linguistic and per-ceptive analysis. Big Data is also capable of empowering AI in the same way as it can form algorithms that the human brain possesses. The voluminous data renders a broad base for building algorithmic analysis, which in turn enhances the quality of AI perception. Alexa, HomePod, Google Home, and other virtual assistants are good (if not the best) examples of improved recognition in AI.
Promoting Open-Source Programming Languages
In the past, due to cloud unavailability (thereby unavailable Big Data), AI data models could use only simple programming languages. These scripting languages such as Python or Ruby where excellent for statistical data analysis, but with the help of Big Data, additional programming tools for data can be uti-lized.
With the introduction of new developments in technology such as Big Data, the scope, and future of AI has been soaring in new dimensions. With the merging of Big Data analytics and AI, we can create a highly efficient, reliable, and dependable in its nature AI defined infrastructure.