Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
Amongst many interesting topics, this week you can read about how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are solving global problems, how Machine Learning can bring businesses in the marketing industry to the next level, and what challenges we face when it comes to driverless cars.
The SwissCognitive Team
The ability of AI and ML to discern patterns in complex datasets allows to make better predictions and recommend better solutions, making AI and ML perfect tools for providing solutions for some pressing global problems.
From the digitization of health records to maintaining inventory and dealing with unstructured data, there have been many great opportunities for implementation of Cognitive Process Automation across the health care industry.
There’s much confusion surrounding AL and ML. Some people refer to AI and ML as synonyms and use them interchangeably, while other use them as separate, parallel technologies. Still, the difference does matter.
Machine Learning is going to have a big say on the marketing industry. Everything from talking ads machine learning algorithms, laser focused targeting, and better placement of Ads, can all help talking business to the next level.
Cloud computing is becoming increasingly linked to artificial intelligence. That relationship is permanently and substantially changing the relationship between cloud computing and AI.
Although cognitive technologies may be still in their infancy and their impact on the future of jobs is usually discussed in theoretical terms, we actually do already see their impact across the global labor market.
Learning in deep neural networks shares at least a few things with the way children learn. But as a matter of fact, it probably shares a lot of things, and it's very likely that it's not just children it shares them with.
There are different estimations on how long it will take for driverless cars to be driving in the streets. But it has become evident that overcoming the challenges is much more difficult than we first thought.
Down on a new robot farm, machines tend rows of leafy greens under the watch of software called “The Brain": an autonomous farm producing food without human workers.