Report says - Artificial intelligence is expected to reduce workloads by about 69 percent in the future.

Artificial intelligence is expected to reduce workloads by about 69 percent in the future, the report says.

Information technology has revolutionized the quality of life and performance of people long ago. This time, due to artificial intelligence, the work pressure of the directors of any organization is going to be reduced by about 69 percent by 2024. That's according to a report from research and consulting firm Gartner. Helen Poitevin, Gartner's co-president, said: "The workload of a manager at an organization will more than double in the next four years.

The message at Monday's Student-Youth workshop is that Mamata's Artificial Intelligence, or AI, and emerging technologies hope to change the role of an organization's staff in an incredible way in the future. As a result, in the future, no manager will be able to increase their responsibilities and the amount of influence on them without managing the employees. Helen Poetwin added: "Currently, many managers spend a lot of time on multiple tasks, including updating information and filling out forms. It will be possible to save a lot of time in the future if these tasks are automated with the help of AI technology. "

The first 5G smartphone with dual SIM is going to come in the market in the early 2020s

A new smartphone with 5G technology is going to come to the market in 2020 with the help of smartphone memory and processor manufacturer MediaTek. A few days ago, the world's first MediaTek officially launched their new 5G technology 1000 AOC-dimensional chipset. MediaTek's new 5G chipset is said to be designed to give users a taste of 5G technology for less money. 

As a result, it will be possible to use high-speed internet in less expensive and medium quality smartphones in the future. Users will be able to use uninterrupted networks, state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology, and advanced quality mobile cameras. There is the advantage of dual standby mode of 5G SIM. MediaTek's 5G processor has been named MediaTek M60. 5G will be accompanied by Arm Cortex-A6 CPU and Mali G7 GPU. On the other hand, smartphones with Qualcomm's 5G chipset processor are much more expensive. 

As a result, MediaTek's idea of ​​this new 5G technology is for those who have a low budget. This type of 1000 AOC-Dimensional Pros-enabled phones also has high-quality images with a sensor of about 80 megapixels of 24 APS. Mobile manufacturers can easily use the field of dual cameras. It is rumored that these phones with MediaTek's advanced 5G processor will be launched in early 2020.