AI technology is becoming a more mainstream and integrated tool that we use every day. Although we may not program bots or crunch data ourselves, we continuously feed AI and make it even more powerful. Even though this sounds like the beginning of a horrifying Sci-Fi movie, contributing is an extremely useful thing for humans to do to make AI better. IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty has come up with a few good catch phrases for AI: “Augmented intelligence,” “if you flip the letters AI, they become IA, which stands for Intelligent Assistant.” She continued about how AI is supposed to be our virtual data analysis tool, something that assists people, not takes their jobs. This assistance can lead to massive efficiencies in our waste, for example, in the article it says that “150 billion oranges are wasted each year and it takes 7.5 trillion liters of water to harvest them.” With the assistance of AI technology, the farming cycle, to the weather, to the shipment of orange would be integrated with blockchain technology. This would allow for much less oranges and water to be wasted because of maximizing the efficiency of the processes through constant monitoring. Although there are no hard numbers about this example in the article, the implications of AI in this market could make farming much more efficient causing a massive reduction in world hunger, potentially. AI is not something humans should be scared about, it is something that humans should embrace and make use of because it is not going to go away any time soon.