Dallas IT Support company speaks about the latest robots tech and IT Support for Plano, Flower Mound, McKinney and Carrollton

Think Unified a favorite Dallas IT support company keeps Plano, Flower Mound, McKinney, Carrollton, and North Texas customers constantly informed with tech news. Thus, we bring you the latest robot news!  Have you ever gotten a parking ticket and found yourself trying to get out of paying it? If so, there’s a new online robot lawyer who may be able to help you in the future free of charge. DoNotPay.co.uk is a site created by 19-year-old Joshua Browder, a student at Stanford. After receiving a ticket, you simply upload your information to the site, and in less than a minute the lawyer bot will let you know if and how you can get out of paying your parking fine.

So far, this utilization of artificial intelligence(AI) has allowed over 160,000 drivers to get out of their tickets in London and New York, meaning the lawyer bot has a success rate of about 64 percent. Joshua is planning to start another site to assist people in getting compensation after they experience delays in their scheduled flights. With the rapid growth of AI development over the past 2 decades, Dallas, TX can expect to see helpful sites like this become available to them and the rest of America in the near future.

Although many people associate artificial intelligence with robots and fictional movies that they’ve seen, AI actually refers to everything from your iPhone calculator to self-driving cars.   In fact, Think Unified, a local Managed IT Service Provider, uses similar, advanced technology to constantly monitor client’s computer networks 24/7.  This way, we find problems and fix them before you ever knew there was an issue.  We use this technology for IT support across Dallas, Plano, Flower Mound, McKinney, Carrollton, and North Texas. As the AI market grows we will see more advancements in product intelligence. Artificial Intelligence is already integrated into our daily lives with convenient features such as Siri and Cortana, Smart Home devices, and music and movie recommendations on Pandora, Netflix, and Spotify.  Scientists hope that over the next three years they will be able to successfully create a machine capable of using all five human senses.