Can AI replace person?

Artificial intelligence is rapidly turning into part of the everyday life of people.

The applications have gained popularity in recent years can perform a variety of functions, including the creation of text, photographs, audio and video content thanks to the Chatgpt and Gemini modules.

Designers can now create advertising posters and visual products with just one mouse click, based on commands introduced using applications supported by artificial intelligence. Contractors create songs for a very short period of time, and the lawsuit can be considered “instantly” using an application for lawyers based on AI.

In addition, thanks to AI, voice assistants in smartphones, autonomous driving systems, “smart” roads, algorithms on online stores, medical visualization.

The correspondent of the Anadolu agency talked about the future of AI and the head of the department of visual communications of the University of Marmara Professor Ali Murat Kyrkom.

The agency’s interlocutor noted that the artificial intelligence system, which is a combination of machine learning (Machine Learning), deep or deep, learning (Deep Learning) and processing a natural language, is increasingly distributed in Turkey and around the world. P>

“We can state that artificial intelligence began to extend to many areas of business. It has been very serious in many sectors, especially in the media and education,” he said.

According to him, in recent years, a significant relief of user access to applications with AI has been recorded.

He also commented on the widespread fears that artificial intelligence would leave people without work. In this regard, the professor recalled that the European Parliament has adopted a law that regulates the use of artificial intelligence. “It is possible that such laws will be adopted in Turkey in the near future,” he said.

According to him, active developments in the field of AI are conducted in Turkey, in particular with the participation of ASELSAN, Havelsan and the Council for Scientific and Technical Research of Turkey (Tübi̇tak)