No doubt AI is a vast field, and it makes our lives easy. Nowadays different automated machines and software are making a significant impact on our daily lives as well as the job market.
Nearly every industry is being impacted by artificial intelligence. For the foreseeable future, it will continue to act as a technological innovator by driving emerging technologies such as big data, robotics, and IoT.
Through machine learning and computer vision, the shoebox-sized device detects and classifies various "safety events." Like which way the driver is looking as he operates the vehicle, how fast he's driving, where he's driving, the locations of the people around him, and how other forklift operators are maneuvering their vehicles. In addition to detecting safety violations - like cell phone use - IFM's software notifies warehouse managers so they can take action immediately. Preventing accidents and increasing efficiency are the main goals.
As the technology evolved from knowledge engineering to model- and algorithm-based machine learning, and focused increasingly on perception, reasoning, and generalization, it had been dormant for several decades. Artificial intelligence has retaken center stage like never before - and it's not going anywhere.