Companies today are scrambling to take advantage of the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence technologies, such as deep learning. They’re driven in part by fear of being left behind, and hopes of getting ahead of competitors. While AI is moving quickly, there are still substantial barriers to implementation, which provides incentive for the data science community to make AI simpler.
There is still more talk than action on AI. According to a PwC report issued this week, 53% of firms say that they are planning their investment and use cases in AI. Less than 20% say they have at least one use case and a plan, but only 4% have said they’ve successfully implemented the technology. Even worse, only 3% say they’ve implemented and are measuring ROI.
Author: Alex Woodie