There are a number of companies who are narrowing in on changing the experiences of young Americans of color. Now more than ever, American students are going abroad for education. Even TV, film, and social media are reinforcing traveling for leisure being a part of the young American experience. And as studies have shown, going abroad builds confidence, promotes cultural sensitivity, and provides a competitive edge in the age of rapid globalization. Just like those other companies hopping on the equal access bandwagon, it's time for travel companies to consider following suit.
To put it simply, at its core functionality, artificial intelligence (AI) uses pattern recognition software to simulate natural intelligence (NI). When combined with a database of trial and error already performed by humans, AIs are able to come to the best possible conclusion with the best possible outcome without furthering any error.