In 2021, companies who tap into the benefits of artificial intelligence can personalize every experience and ultimately drive growth. Many AI capabilities are already available in the tools we use daily–helping marketers understand what’s working, what’s not working, and opportunities for improvement. Accenture explores this idea and states, “75% of CMOs admit past formulas are…
The world has now new norms for traveling, working, and just about every daily activity ever since the pandemic broke out on a global scale. To keep up with the changed lifestyle, many industries and workplaces started adopting remote working norms and the necessary infrastructure support. Software development has definitely got an edge over the other industries regarding remote work. What is a trend now in other industries has been an industry-standard in software development for the last decade. Many companies have experience of remote working with freelance developers or with offshore development teams that are located in distant regions… This story continues at The Next Web
Employers have a duty to get their staff up to speed with the latest in AI technology, writes Denis Hannigan, applied intelligence lead for Accenture in Ireland.
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If you follow the news on artificial intelligence, you’ll find two diverging threads. The media and cinema often portray AI with human-like capabilities, mass unemployment, and a possible robot apocalypse. Scientific conferences, on the other hand, discuss progress toward artificial general intelligence while acknowledging that current AI is weak and incapable of many of the basic functions of the human mind. But regardless of where they stand in comparison to human intelligence, today’s AI algorithms have already become a defining component for many sectors, including health care, finance, manufacturing, transportation, and many more. And very soon “no field of human endeavor will remain independent of artificial… This story continues at The Next Web