This blog post was originally published by Clarifire on March 15, 2018. Have you been shopping for a new car lately? The technology in cars has come a long way. Today, there are all kinds of cool gadgets and gizmos available that make it hard to determine what options to choose without breaking the bank.
Like many other technologies, artificial intelligence has its own share of fears and myths related to its capabilities. As a powerful tool capable of solving a variety of business challenges, it’s only natural for these types of fears to surface.
Most of us engage with artificial intelligence daily and often do not even realize it. Amazon Alexa, Pandora and Netflix, to name a few, all leverage AI technology to learn more about user profiles and preferences. These AI-based systems then use this knowledge to deliver a more personalized experience based on learned patterns of behavior.
With all the recent talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning and robots taking over the world, the terminology can be a bit overwhelming. There is a lot of misinformation on these topics and unless you have a PhD in Computer Science, it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction. You’re probably wondering what artificial intelligence (AI) is on a practical level and how it will impact you and possibly your career. So let’s set the record straight on what exactly AI is (and isn’t).
As one of the strongest regulations ever to reach Europe, global organizations must grapple with the new reality of data privacy under GDPR.