Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer engineering, designed to create machines that behave like humans. Although AI has come so far in recent years, it is still missing essential pieces of human behavior such as emotions, identifying objects and handling them smoothly like human..
Artificial intelligence continues to be a hot topic in the technology space as well as increasing its inception into other realms such as healthcare, business, and gaming. AI-powered chatbots in enterprises will also see an influx of people get more comfortable with how AI can actually benefit businesses versus, say, take away their jobs. From an analytical standpoint, AI can be incorporated into interfaces to change how they receive and understand data.
Artificial Intelligence technology provides a competitive edge to e-commerce businesses and is becoming readily available to companies of any size or budget. Leveraging machine learning, AI software automatically tags, organizes and visually searches content by labeling features of the image or video.
Current business communication is overloaded with content, channels, tools, and so-called solutions, depriving individuals (and companies) from hitting targets while also harming work-life balance. Artificial Intelligence will help businesses improve communication internally and externally by enabling individual personalization for each professional, allowing for enhanced focus and increased productivity.
In the year ahead, and particularly in the next five to ten years, artificial intelligence is going to have a big impact on the healthcare industry and the ways in which healthcare related companies utilize AI. Here is a short note from Dr. Jeff Dunn, CEO of Redivus Health. Redivus Health is a transformative mobile app used by healthcare providers to prevent medical errors by offering both clinical decision support during critical medical events as well as documenting those events electronically in real time.
In regard to cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence is making great strides. Although AI is considered to be in its infancy in cybersecurity and cannot always effectively address all issues, it works successfully in data protection. AI allows companies to detect vulnerabilities or anomalous user behavior in such business applications as ERP or Financial systems.
When combined with customer data and analytics, physical artificial intelligence removes friction from the customer experience. Artificial intelligence empowers businesses to act on consumer data to drive improvements throughout many areas of supply chain operations. Mobile technology and the “Uberization” of things have made consumers hungry for AI.
AI can help hotels/casinos discover customer segments that they may not realize were there. Which customers want to be near the pool, which ones need three morning papers before they can tackle the day. Armed with this kind of information, hotels can understand what matters the most to its guests at the individual level, enabling them to anticipate their guest’s needs before even the guests are aware of them.
Shopping online creates rich data footprints regarding the individual preferences, spending habits and preferred channels of individual consumers. Feeding these digital breadcrumbs into an AI-engine helps bring curated shopping journeys to mass audiences. Automated bots can create lifelike, seamless customer service experiences, addressing the consumer on their purchase history and known preferences.