Author : Prakruthi H R 1
Date of Publication :21st October 2022
Abstract: To enhance benefits while minimising flaws, Augmented Intelligence combines Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence. When human and device capabilities are integrated, efficiency is improved when compared to independent HI and AI techniques. We give a review of the literature to see how AuI has been used in the past, including the functions of HI and AI, AI techniques, characteristics, and operations. We present a check of expert analysis to answer four main concerns to understand the experts' suggestions on AuI, including a) the description of AuI and importance of HI with AuI b) human intelligence in AuI’s functions c) AuI's present and future operations in industry, research, and the general public, and also its benefits and drawbacks.
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