AI to replace the human in AI work: Report

AI is set to replace humans in computer vision, machine translation and other tasks in the next five years, according to a report by McKinsey.

The report, which is based on McKinsey’s Future in Data project, also predicts that AI will become the fastest-growing field in five years.

In the future, AI will be the “singleton,” the McKinsey report predicts, which will allow people to work on a single machine without the need to share their thoughts and ideas.

For example, people working on a computer could work on it without knowing its name, but still communicate with it.

The problem with this scenario, according the report, is that “the machine could have multiple, conflicting views on what it should do.”

This would lead to problems like people “pitching” to a particular machine to help it perform certain tasks.

In such cases, the company said, it would not be necessary for the person to keep the machine updated with their ideas.

Instead, they could just ask it to do what they asked.

The AI-powered solution could also help improve the quality of computer vision and other machine-vision tasks.

The report estimates that the field of AI will grow to $5 trillion by 2030, from $5.5 trillion today.

It projects that the total cost of all AI work, including the hardware, software and training, will be $100 billion to $200 billion by 2030.

These numbers are expected to double by 2025, McKinsey said.

“With a growing number of AI companies and their users, AI is poised to become the leading industry for the next 10 to 20 years, and to become a significant contributor to the economy,” McKinsey analyst Jason Leung said in a statement.