Technological Singularity – An Overview of What the Future Holds
Anand Pagnis, Vedansh Tembhre , Pranjal Vyas, ,
Affiliations 1: Prodigy Public School, Pune, India , 2: Ekaynaa School, Indore ,India; 3: St. Mary’s Convent School, Ujjain,India
Background/Objectives: In this research we aim to present a collective analysis of the past ideas and researches on the topic of Technological Singularity and how human kind has developed from it since then.
Methods/Statistical analysis: We used data and evidences from several references to put forth a clear picture of the current developments in the field of singularity. We also used a survey method involving PhD. Researchers in the field of A.I. and asked their opinion on several questions, challenges and achievements in the area of Technological Singularity.
Findings: We found out that the major sectors of development are yet to be discovered which will helps us achieve Technological Singularity. The closest being Nano-bots and a merger of several inter-related fields such as AI, quantum computing, machine learning and many more to help develop a completely independent robot. A majority of Researchers also believe that we will achieve technological singularity within the next 80 years or so.
Improvements/Applications: This research only consists of existing data and the survey conducted is done on a small scale at one single place. The resources and background of research might impact the opinion of researchers elsewhere.
Anand Pagnis,Vedansh Tembhre,Pranjal Vyas."Technological Singularity – An Overview of What the Future Holds". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.8, Issue 10,pp.171-174, October - 2021, URL :https://www.ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V8I1001.pdf,
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