Artifical Intelligence is Changing our Life
Self-learning systems represent the next step of digitalisation. They independently solve tasks given by humans and react to their environment. The relationship of man and machine is thus changing fundamentally – and has to be designed according to human needs.
Self-learning systems have become part of everyday life: Robots, assistance and software systems are already tackling complex problems and adapting to a wide variety of situations. Self-learning systems are based on methods in Artificial Intelligence such as machine learning. These methods signal a paradigm shift in that programmers are no longer coding every work step of a system but rather learning methods. They are teaching machines to learn from input information. Self-learning systems use this information to recognize the structure of an environment, to continuously expand their knowledge based on experience, and are able to execute tasks in a complex environment.