For some time now, management and decision-making in companies have been supported by data collection. This is well known in Talsa, a manufacturer of machines for the meat industry, that has always opted for new technologies.

Everything we do, each process generates data that after being analyzed, comes to summarize the activity of the company and helps to gather knowledge about it.

That incipient collection of data has given training to companies that work with them to subtract truthful information about all production processes and to be able to find solutions to errors that may be committed, to be able to rectify or even improve results obtained.

Today we talk about artificial intelligence. The world of robotics already plans robot machines with all kinds of information to perform jobs.

At this moment, data collection worldwide through all means of exposure, brings us closer to the classification of data and, also, to the exploration of our tastes that will be used for product marketing according to the interests of each person.

So, we are beginning to know about artificial intelligence that will be the next thing that society and also the business world, will have to assume.

Robotics will come to replace certain machines and even operators. Teachers will be replaced by intelligent robots that will answer all questions. It’s a little scary, really.

As we find answers to certain questions, more doubts arise about how we will do it.

At the moment, we are only beginning to talk about it, even though there is already evidence of its possibility, of everything that can be anticipated.

Meanwhile, time is money and companies, if they want to be competitive, have to join the data bandwagon, BIG DATA, data intelligence and its processing for analysis to help make the best decisions.

Uncovering new trends in that data can also offer new opportunities, leading to safer business, more efficient operations, safer profits, and satisfied customers.

Within a few years prediction technology will reach great achievements reaching 100% success.

Will machines replace humans? To give answers, the machine will need a human to set preferences with an abundant database, so the human will only be replaceable in stable cases and with a lot of data to extract trends.

New jobs emerge, such as digital assistants, robots, new forms of marketing, etc …

Artificial intelligence will not be able to replace humans, but it will be complementary. More skilled jobs will emerge. The problem will be in the transition for workers who lose their jobs to incorporate them into new ones.

All times have had their transition period and we will have to prepare for the one we will have to live.