Today, smart search powered by such algorithms enables enterprises to analyse, interpret, transform and enrich data that would be otherwise be unconnected and hard to make sense of.
It is not about having AI that beats humans in games; it is about helping everyone achieve more – humans and machines working together to make the world a better place.
AI has gained tremendous improvements over the years and is now ready to tackle more complex issues. It will then grow to everywhere in an enterprise, from a camera that is smart enough to understand what it is “seeing” real time, to portable devices searching for early signs of illness so that people may seek life-saving treatments.
AI will enter the mainstream, transforming lives in a meaningful way that was not thought possible just a few years ago.
Read the full article titled “We’ve barely scratched the surface with AI” to find out what the Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft Singapore has to say about Artificial Intelligence.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “We’ve barely scratched the surface with AI” published in The Business Times on 11 July 2018.