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Is Artificial Intelligence a more significant advance than the Internet?

25th Aug 2023
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Commercial internet access has undoubtedly transformed the way we connect, communicate and access information, and it quickly became an essential part of our daily lives. The internet was certainly a huge technological breakthrough; however, with the recent advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the question is raised as to whether AI represents a more significant advancement than the internet itself.

As a cloud-based technology, Aqilla relies heavily on the internet to function and it has made it possible to access the platform from any location and on any device – a concept that would have been unfathomable not too long ago. We can say with certainty that Aqilla would not be where it is today without the development of the internet; however, AI offers an entirely new abundance of opportunities that we have yet to discover. The recent advances in AI have meant that many businesses have undergone significant changes, and Aqilla is no exception. To stay competitive in a dynamic market, we need to integrate the latest technology into our software and working practices. The potential of artificial intelligence to mimic human reasoning, process massive quantities of data, and make independent judgements have provided us with a new era of possibilities. In this blog, we will look at the possibilities of artificial intelligence and compare it to the internet.

The Impact of the Internet

The internet is a global network of interconnected computers and servers that facilitated the exchange of information and data. The internet revolutionised the world and transformed many parts of our lives. It democratised information, allowing people rapid access to knowledge and unique communication. The internet enabled e-commerce, social media, online banking, and a plethora of other digital services that have become crucial in modern society. It made collaboration easier, created new economic prospects, and drove globalisation.

 

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