Artificial intelligence Introduction
In simpler terms, artificial intelligence (AI) refers to systems or machines that mimic human intelligence to perform tasks and can improve iteratively based on the information they collect. AI manifests itself in several ways. Some examples are:
• Chatbots use AI to understand customer issues more quickly and provide more efficient responses;
• Smart assistants use AI to analyze critical information from large sets of free text data to improve programming;
• Recommendation mechanisms can provide automated recommendations for TV programs based on users’ viewing habits;
The famous AI, that is, artificial intelligence is already a reality among companies. And it is for this reason that it is necessary to have specialists in this field. Known as an artificial intelligence engineer or architect, his role is to ensure that systems and computers are able to develop their “intelligence”, all from the crossing and reading of information obtained.
Although there is no specific degree today, the professional in the field must have degrees such as computer science, statistics, mathematics and engineering. These formations are responsible for creating know-how in neutral language, integration in intelligence, intelligent application programming and experience in change management.
The Juniper JNCIA Engineer will Monitor, Maintain and Configure IP Networks supporting Data and Voice. They contribute to making changes to the infrastructure across a wide range of platforms.