Artificial Intelligence

As we approach the 4th industrial revolution, we've moved through eras of steam, electricity, computing, and now we are approaching the intelligence era.

In the computing era, it was all about creating data, the intelligence era is about creating information, or rather creating insights from data to make real-time decisions.

Organizations are looking to AI as a way to automate processes, deliver new insights into the customer journey, and identify opportunities for new products.

Artificial intelligence (AI)

According to Wikipedia, artificial intelligence (AI) is the capability of machines to imitate intelligent human behavior, and perform tasks that normally require humans.¹

Machine learning (ML)  

Machine learning is a subset of AI that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Computers use algorithms and statistical models to perform specific tasks, relying on patterns and inferences.²

Deep learning (DL)

Deep learning is a subset of ML that uses layers to progressively extract higher level features from the raw input. DL architectures have been applied to computer vision, natural language processing, image analysis, and more.³

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