02-07-2019

Artificial Intelligence: The killer app for data

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Decision makers, stakeholders and influencers agree there is strong, transformative value in artificial intelligence (AI) with the potential to disrupt and replace current business architectures and enterprise software.
However, at times, AI is hyped, undefined and pervasive – all at the same time. And it fosters emotional and, sometimes, heated discussions. As with many new technologies, initially those discussions are more focused on consumer-facing products, such as self-driving cars, package delivery drones, or robotic home helpers. The broader market has not yet fully come to terms with the impact of AI on business-to-business (B2B) and enterprise operations.

Onderwerp: Artificial Intelligence
Publicatie datum: 1 februari 2019
Bedrijfsnaam: IBM
Auteur: Elena Christopher, Glenn Finch, Cathy Reese
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Decision makers, stakeholders and influencers agree there is strong, transformative value in artificial intelligence (AI) with the potential to disrupt and replace current business architectures and enterprise software. However, at times, AI is hyped, undefined and pervasive – all at the same time. And it fosters emotional and, sometimes, heated discussions. As with many new technologies, initially those discussions are more focused on consumer-facing products, such as self-driving cars, package delivery drones, or robotic home helpers. The broader market has not yet fully come to terms with the impact of AI on business-to-business (B2B) and enterprise operations.

Artificial Intelligence: The killer app for data

01-02-2019  |   PDF

Decision makers, stakeholders and influencers agree there is strong, transformative value in artificial intelligence (AI) with the potential to disrupt and replace current business architectures and enterprise software. However, at times, AI is hyped, undefined and pervasive – all at the same time. And it fosters emotional and, sometimes, heated discussions. As with many new technologies, initially those discussions are more focused on consumer-facing products, such as self-driving cars, package delivery drones, or robotic home helpers. The broader market has not yet fully come to terms with the impact of AI on business-to-business (B2B) and enterprise operations.

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