In the past year, AI is empowering all walks of life, and this technology is stepping down from the altar and entering the industry with unprecedented depth and breadth.
When AI steps down from the altar, will it replace us?
The wave of artificial intelligence is coming, which is an opportunity and a challenge. From the perspective of iFLYTEK, facing the future, human-machine collaboration and human-machine coupling are the key to truly promote the application of artificial intelligence, and it is also the development method that is most in line with social ethical values. We cannot let machines completely replace people. We must let everyone stand on the platform of artificial intelligence and enjoy artificial intelligence. This is also the inner spiritual power of human-machine coupling.
This requires us to develop the artificial intelligence industry around three elements: core technology, industry big data and industry experts. Taking iFLYTEK as an example, in 2018 alone, we won 12 world championships in speech synthesis, speech recognition, machine reading comprehension, etc., and we have mastered the technical voice in more fields and seized the high ground of artificial intelligence industry development. At the same time, as of the end of 2018, the number of entrepreneurial teams around our open platform has reached 920,000, with an average of 4.7 billion daily services and 2.2 billion end users.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China and the 20th anniversary of iFLYTEK. I believe that with the continuous breakthrough of algorithms and the development of brain science research, in 2019, we will see more successful cases of artificial intelligence in education, medical care, translation, justice and many other fields.
In the future, through the mode of human-machine coupling, everyone can stand on the shoulders of artificial intelligence and do more meaningful and creative things. You know, it is not AI that is more powerful than humans, but humans who have mastered AI. (Economic Observer reporter Shen Yiran)
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