Factories deploy AI to automate complex physical tasks requiring adaptability and agility. Marketers use AI to generate individualized recommendations and automatic order fulfillment. The list is virtually infinite. A host of services taken for granted today, from credit card fraud detection to email spam filters to predictive traffic alerts to personalized reminders, wouldn’t be possible without AI.
One area where AI is used extensively is business intelligence. Enterprises leverage deep learning algorithms to spot behavioral patterns likely to lead to sales, use cues from IoT sensors for predictive maintenance and inventory optimization and do more. However, what businesses do now is just the tip of the iceberg of possibilities. AI Enables Live Decision Making With the proliferation of data, several businesses run the risk of data overload.
Author: Tony Joseph