Nearly all aspects of modern life are in some way being changed by big data and machine learning. Netflix knows what movies people like to watch and Google knows what people want to know based on their search histories. Indeed, Google has recently begun to replace much of its existing non–machine learning technology with machine learning algorithms, and there is great optimism that these techniques can provide similar improvements across many sectors.
There is no doubt that 'machine learning', artificial intelligence will gradually intrude upon our routines almost unnoticed, just as chatbots already have done so.
Big Data and Machine Learning in Health Care | Clinical Decision Support | JAMA | JAMA Network