AI is everywhere. It’s possible you’re using it without even realizing it. Machine Learning (ML) is a popular application of AI in which computers, software, and devices think (very similar to the human brain).

Machine learning algorithms can enhance data and automate optimization and regulation functions. Also, computer vision and machine learning have widened many fields of study, including medical diagnostics, statistics, algorithms, and research. ML is used in mobile apps, websites, cyber security, and other areas.

The expanded data has a big impact on many fields. Making valuable inferences from data is the newest research and commercial application model.

Here we give a few daily examples of machine learning that we may not be aware of.

1. Artificial Intelligence in Travel Forecast

We all use GPS navigation. Our current positions and speeds are kept on a traffic management server. This data is used to create a traffic map. The biggest difficulty is the absence of GPS-equipped cars. In such cases, machine learning helps predict congestion zones based on daily data.

Online Transportation Networks: The app evaluates the cost of a taxi journey.How do they share services while reducing diversions? The solution is AI. According to Uber ATC engineering lead Jeff Schneider, ML is used to estimate passenger demand and set pricing spike hours. ML is important throughout the service cycle.

2.Anti-spam and anti-malware ML

Email clients use various spam screening technologies. Ensure spam filters are constantly updated and machine learning driven. Rule-based spam filtering cannot keep up with spammers’ newest methods. Every day, over 325 000 malwares are discovered, with 90-98 percent similarity. Machine learning security systems recognise the coding pattern. So that they can readily detect new viruses with a 2-10% accuracy and protect against it.

3. Image Recognition

Image recognition is a well-known and often used application of machine learning. It can detect a digital picture based on the pixel intensity in black and white or colour photos.

Image recognition examples

  • Identify a malignant x-ray.
  • Tag a photo (called “tagging” on social media)
  • Recognize handwriting by splitting a letter into smaller pictures

Machine learning is commonly used for facial recognition in pictures. The technology can match faces to similarities in a database of individuals. common in law enforcement.

4. Social Media and Amazon Machine Learning

Think about something you use every day. Consider anything you use every day if you think smart vehicles don’t affect you since they aren’t in your country or city. Even if you live under a rock, you are almost certainly tweeting. If Twitter isn’t your poison, try Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or any of the other social networking applications. Most of your decisions are influenced by AI, especially if you use social media.

Everything from your timeline feeds to your app alerts is handpicked by AI. The AI tailors the experience to your prior behaviour, web searches, interactions, and anything else you do on these websites. The only objective of AI is to make the applications addictive so that you keep coming back to them, and I am willing to wager that AI is winning this battle.

  • Recommending Friends: Social networking services like Facebook keep track of our connections, frequent profile visits, shared organizations, jobs, and hobbies. Facebook proposes friends based on our ongoing education.
  • Face Recognition: Facebook and Instagram instantly recognise our friends’ faces. They send us alerts to add them. The front interface is simple, but the back-end process might be complex.
  • Computer Vision is a technique for extracting usable information from photos and movies. To detect items (or pins) in photographs, Pinterest employs machine vision to identify them.

Amazon’s recommendations when you add a product to your cart or based on your browsing history are all vetted by AI. Even Netflix’s suggestions are chosen by AI to offer you movies and series that match your tastes.

5. Medical Care and Diagnostics

Artificial intelligence has changed the face of healthcare. The advent of AI-powered robots has made illness detection and diagnosis simpler. It also helps to simplify the treatment and management processes. As a result, hospitals and healthcare facilities are rapidly adopting AI-enabled technology to aid in research and illness diagnosis.

Many doctors use voice recognition chatbots to find symptom trends.Face recognition technologies and machine learning assist uncover traits that link with uncommon genetic illnesses.

Algorithms for machine learning helps to

  • analysis of medical data to find trends,
  • handling incorrect data,
  • describing medical units’ data
  • also to guarantee adequate patient observation.
  • Assists in diagnosis or therapy recommendation
  • Oncology and pathology employ AI to detect malignant tissue.
  • Test bodily fluids

6. PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants)/VPAs (Virtual Personal Assistants)

Virtual personal assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Google Now are popular. They help discover information when asked over the phone. Simply activate them and ask queries like “What is my schedule for today?” or “What are the flights from Germany to London?” Your personal assistant searches for information, recalls previous questions, or asks other resources (like phone applications) for help. You may also tell assistants to “set an alarm at 6 a.m. tomorrow” or “remind me to visit the Visa Office tomorrow”.

These personal assistants use machine learning to gather and refine information based on your prior interactions. This data is then used to generate results according to your tastes.

Virtual Assistants are available on several platforms. As in:

  • Amazon Echo and Google Home
  • Samsung Bixby on S8

7. Speech encoding

Machine learning can text speech. Some software can convert live or recorded speech to text. Speech can also be separated by time-frequency intensity.

Speech recognition examples:

  • Voice-over
  • Telephony
  • Appliances

Devices like Google Home or Amazon Alexa employ voice recognition software.

Personal smart assistants like Siri, Cortana, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Google Home have become increasingly popular.

Using AI to its maximum potential in home gadgets and personal assistants, such as creating reminders, searching internet for information, controlling lighting, etc.

In order to learn about customers’ preferences and give a better experience, personal assistants and gadgets with ML chatbots rely significantly on Ml algorithms.

A computer assistant that can read and recognise context might scan emails and extract key information. This learning includes the capacity to predict future consumer behaviour. This helps you understand your clients better and be proactive rather than reactive.

8. Statistical Machine Learning

Arbitrage is a financial trading approach that automates massive volumes of securities. The technique analyses a group of securities utilising economic data and relationships. Machine learning improves the results of arbitrage.

Statistical arbitrage examples:

  • automated trading based on market microstructure
  • Analyze big data
  • Spot real-time arbitrage

9. Predictive Analysis Machine Learning

Machine learning can arrange data according to criteria provided by analysts. After categorization, analysts can determine the likelihood of a defect.

Case studies of predictive analytics:

  • Predicting a transaction’s legitimacy
  • Improve fault prediction systems.

Predictive analytics is a potential use of machine learning. Everywhere, from product design to real estate prices.

Machine learning can organise unstructured data. Customers provide tremendous amounts of data to businesses. An automated machine learning method annotates datasets for predictive analytics.

Extraction examples:

  • Predictive model for vocal cord diseases
  • Find ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat illnesses.
  • Aid doctors in rapid diagnosis and treatment

These tasks are usually arduous. But machine learning can track and pull data from billions of sources.

10. On-line Customer Care

Nowadays, many websites allow users to speak with customer service representatives while browsing the site. But not every website has a real executive to help you. Usually, you talk to a chatbot. These bots usually extract data from websites and offer it to clients. Meanwhile, chatbots evolve. Their machine learning techniques enable them to better comprehend customer searches and provide better replies.

11. Fraud detection Machine Learning

Machine learning is demonstrating its promise to safeguard cyberspace by detecting online financial theft. Paypal, for example, uses ML to prevent money laundering. The organisation utilises a series of techniques to evaluate millions of transactions and determine whether they are valid or not.

12. Google

Google has been using artificial intelligence

to boost page ranking for the previous 3-4 years. Now it leverages AI on Google Search to recommend a specific segment of the movie based on your search query, as well as smart search recommendations underneath the search result. Only AI keeps you from having to go to the 2nd page of Google Search. For those asking where they engage with AI in everyday life, it’s Google Search.

Hold For Me is a new feature on Pixel phones in the US. It’s another example of how AI simplifies our daily jobs. A toll-free number may be called and put on wait. Google Assistant can manage the call and tell you when a human is ready to speak. This saves a lot of time.

13. Grammar Check and Smart Compose

You may have seen a new feature in Gmail called Smart Compose. It proposes full phrases depending on the previous line. It uses AI to swiftly generate emails with contextual correctness and accurate language. I use it frequently and it is quite useful. There is no greater example of AI improving lives and saving time. This is available in Compose. To add a smart compose recommendation to your draught, simply click the tab key.

Quick Reply is likewise driven by AI and is available in Gmail and Android messaging applications. For example, when I receive a WhatsApp message, some rapid answers show on top of the notice. Simply press it to send a quick reply. Another example of AI influencing our internet interactions.

Finally, Google Docs has AI-powered Grammar Check. Many individuals use Google Docs to compose tales, essays, etc. And Google uses AI to help consumers produce error-free phrases.

14. Email Apps

If you still have too many unsolicited messages in your inbox, you may be using an old-school email software. That’s right! Modern email clients like Spark use AI to filter junk and organise emails so you can easily find the relevant ones.

15. Transcribe and Google Recorder

Speech detection is one of the finest uses of AI. Google Recorder and are two of the greatest instances of real-time voice transcription using AI. In truth, Google Recorder employs Machine Learning (a type of AI) to transcribe speeches without internet access. Everything is done offline and precisely. It also makes a searchable note so you may change the transcription while you’re out.

Google has also added Live Caption to Android and Chrome. Real-time captioning of internal audio. It’s all feasible thanks to AI. Live Captions currently only supports English. Also, Google’s Live Transcribe software transcribes speeches in over 80 languages in real-time. Isn’t it fantastic? It can also detect sounds such as a fire alarm or a doorbell, which can benefit the deaf and hard of hearing.

16. OCR through Google Lens

Google Lens is another AI-powered Google tool with amazing optical recognition technology. It lets you search for photos. Simply focus the camera towards a shoe, plant, animal, or text to get accurate information in seconds. All of this is feasible because to AI advances in visual recognition.

Not to mention, Google Lens can now OCR photos and extract text from them. As a matter of fact, practically all OCR software libraries use AI to recognise letters on an image. AI powers efficient cropping and edge detection in programmes like Adobe Scan and Microsoft Office Lens. So casually, you use AI in your daily life and gain from it.

17. Remove Background and Improve Resolution

AI is often used in picture editing. is a renowned website for AI image background removal. What used to take minutes with the Lasso tool now takes seconds algorithmically.

Another new feature in professional picture editing software is the “Enhance” tool. Image editors may now improve images with a single click. Adobe just released Super Resolution, which quadruples pixel size, enhancing picture quality, sharpness, and resolution. It interpolates neighbouring pixels to remove artefacts.

18. Fall and Crash Detection

The newer Apple Watches have a Fall Detection function that informs the nearest emergency team if you fall. It employs accelerometer and gyroscope data to detect falls and AI algorithms to detect heavy falls. Unbeknownst to many, AI saves lives.

as well as car crash detection that is developed on machine learning models of real-life car wrecks. If the phone detects a car collision, it notifies your contacts and the emergency response team. From software conveniences to life-saving features, AI

is increasingly powering everything we use in our everyday lives.

19. Camera

If you use a smartphone, you are unknowingly engaging with AI.

For example, when utilising a smart assistant like Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri, or Bixby, you already know that it is powered by AI. But when we use a function like portrait mode to take a picture, we never think of AI being involved. Consider how fantastic portrait photographs are captured on Google Pixel and iPhones. The solution is AI.

Now, prominent chip makers like Qualcomm and Huawei are creating processors with built-in AI capabilities. Scene identification, mixed and virtual reality aspects, and more are enabled by AI.

20. Cars and drones.

When it comes to AI, no one does it better than smart vehicle and drone makers. Using a completely automated automobile was once unthinkable, but thanks to firms like Tesla, we now have a fleet of semi-automatic cars on the road.

Amazon and Walmart are actively investing in drone delivery projects, and it will happen much sooner than you think. Though it may seem far-fetched, military throughout the world currently use effective drone systems.

For example, AI is influencing Tesla automobiles. Did you know that all Tesla cars are connected and that the information they learn is shared? That means if you need to make an unexpected hard left on a crossroad, all Tesla cars will know how to do it once upgraded. Tesla now has over 500,000 cars on the road in the US alone, and that figure is poised to skyrocket now that it has overcome its key manufacturing issues. You can’t ignore the influence of AI on our life when driverless automobiles and drones hover over us.

21. Surveillance Videos

Imagine one individual watching many cameras! It’s a difficult and dull job. That’s why teaching computers to do this makes sense.

Today’s video surveillance systems use AI to detect crimes before they occur. They watch for odd behaviours like lengthy periods of inactivity, tripping, or dozing on benches. The technology may therefore inform human attendants, preventing disasters. When such acts are reported, they assist enhance surveillance services. Backend machine learning does this.

22. Streaming Music and Video

Music and media streaming services like Netflix are another wonderful illustration of how AI influences our life, whether you use Spotify or YouTube, AI is picking your choices. You may think you have ultimate control, but you do not, like anything else, it has its ups and downs. For example, I appreciate Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist since it has exposed me to new musicians I would not have known about otherwise.

23. Games

The gaming business was arguably one of the first to employ AI. The integration began with AI generating random levels for people to play. But it has risen to a degree that is unfathomable.

On a wide scale, we just saw OpenAI 5, built by Elon Musk’s OpenAI, beat pro-level Dota 2 players and amateur Dota 2 teams. An industry-leading achievement, this feat is being recognised. It’s hard to beat professional players in Dota 2, a strategic game where players must make decisions every second.

Put the Dota 2 triumph aside for a moment and consider how AI is affecting the gaming business. Every game you play has an AI aspect. In games like PUBG or Fortnite, you start out against AI-powered bots before moving on to human gamers. Even in single-player storey mode, you face AI bosses.

In racing games, you race against AI bots. The most innovative usage of AI in games we’ve seen is in the Middle Earth series, where AI-controlled adversaries change based on your interactions with them and other gaming factors.

24. Ad network online

The internet advertising sector is one of the greatest consumers of AI, using it to collect user information and show us adverts based on those facts. Without AI, viewers will be shown random adverts that have no link to their choices.

If you didn’t know that previously, it’s time to learn. Google, Apple, and other navigation services use AI to interpret hundreds of thousands of data points to provide real-time traffic data. When you call Uber, AI determines both the price and the car. As you can see, AI is important in our journey.

25. Finance and Banking

Did you know that the banking and financial business significantly rely on AI for customer service, fraud prevention, and investment? An example is the automatic email you get from banks when you make an unusual transaction. That’s AI monitoring your account for fraud.

So that you can be notified before it happens to you, AI is being trained to look at big samples of fraud data. Also, when you call the bank’s customer support, you’re probably talking to an AI bot. Even the biggest names in finance utilise AI to analyse data and determine the best places to invest money to maximise profits while minimising risk.

26. iHome Smart Devices

We even let AI inside our homes. Many of the smart home products we buy utilise artificial intelligence to learn our habits and modify their settings to make our lives easier. We’ve previously discussed smart voice assistants, which we use to operate these smart home products, and how AI is changing our lives.

To be honest, I think we are still a decade or so away from a flawless AI-powered home that reacts to our decisions in real life. There are smart thermostats that regulate the temperature, smart lights that change colour and intensity based on time, and so on. Soon, all of our smart home devices will be controlled solely by AI.

27. Keyboard Apps

True, not everyone like using on-screen keyboards. They are now more intuitive, allowing users to type faster and more comfortably. Integration of AI has probably acted as a stimulus for them. The smart keyboard applications learn a user’s writing style and anticipate words and emojis. Typing on a touchscreen has so become more convenient. Not to mention, AI helps detect misspellings and errors.


It is easy to observe how AI and machine learning have simplified and streamlined our lives. We benefit from smart technology as AI and ML trends emerge. Whether we are using our smartphones, browsing the internet, buying products online, using navigation, wasting time on social media, or streaming music, AI is influencing our choices. We’ve evaluated several applications here. Machine learning is used in our daily lives. It may also assist us make business decisions, enhance operations, and increase productivity in competitive sectors.