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Top Ways AI Makes Your Life Easier - Carol Evenson - Blog

Top Ways AI Makes Your Life Easier

AI has the potential to make your life easier, whether you’re a movie lover or smart home aficionado, own a factory, or work in health care. For example, Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, and other services run AI algorithms based on your viewing and listening history to recommend movies, shows, and music that you might enjoy. This personalization is just a basic example.


AI can automate time-consuming and repetitive tasks. They frequently include data entry, supply chain management, scheduling, answering routine customer inquiries, and analyzing customer behavior.

AI chatbots are a good example. They can answer common customer or employee questions and even resolve issues without human intervention. People may also feel more comfortable using AI tools since they do not judge whether or not a question is stupid.

Creative Collaboration

Generative AI is a subset of AI in which the focus is on creating content such as images, music, and text that did not exist previously. These algorithms “learn” from large datasets to create novel content that is similar in style, structure, and context. This type of AI can make your life easier in these ways:

  • Boost creativity for artists, writers, musicians, and others
  • Offer different routes to take with stories, designs, architecture, fashions, and other projects
  • Act as a collaborator to “brainstorm” blog ideas, character arcs, song titles, and much more

Predictive Powers

Business owners can use AI to predict when equipment or appliances are likely to fail. This allows for proactive maintenance that can prevent costly downtime.

If you have a smart home, AI can anticipate your needs and adjust settings automatically. Other benefits include more energy efficiency and security as AI controls your home appliances, lighting, and security systems.

Better Health

Healthcare workers can use AI abilities to better analyze medical images, diagnose diseases, and develop treatment plans. Patients may experience improved outcomes as a result.

For example, AI tools can analyze X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans to identify abnormalities, tiny tumors, and blood clots that humans might struggle to detect. Similarly, algorithms can identify patterns in patient data that human doctors might miss. Many rare diseases slip under the radar, and that could change with AI.

AI can assist in the remote monitoring of patients by analyzing vital signs, activity levels, and medication adherence, and alerting healthcare professionals of any changes that need attention. In this way, AI also helps detect potential health issues early.

In addition, AI can learn from large datasets of patient information to identify the most effective treatments for specific conditions. The same idea applies to drug discovery. AI can help pharmaceutical companies by predicting which compounds are most likely to be effective.


Many educational tools use AI power to help users learn new skills and expand their knowledge. For example, language education apps can get you learning Spanish or French in just 20-minute chunks of time a day, and they track your progress.

Financial Management

You can also use AI’s educational capabilities to better manage your finances. AI is capable of analyzing your spending patterns, identifying areas where you can save money, and suggesting investments that match your risk profile.


AI can bring people together through its language-translation prowess. If you want to talk with someone who speaks a different language, you can do so through AI. This ability is a huge benefit to businesspeople, travelers, and family members.


Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa are among the personal assistants helping with tasks such as setting reminders, scheduling appointments, and sending messages. Most people just have to use their voice to benefit.

AI can make people’s lives easier in many ways. For example, it can suggest movies, detect blood clots, and act as a collaborator of sorts on a creative project.

Publish Date: May 22, 2023 2:08 PM

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