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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wide-ranging branch of computer science concerned with building smart machines capable of performing tasks that typically require human-like intelligence.

It wasn’t long ago that the idea of AI was more science fiction that nonfiction. However, with advances in technology, the potential for AI is now just starting to be realized.

Several industries have been particularly heavily invested in Artificial Intelligence. The manufacturing industry in particular is now relying on AI and machine learning for everything from robot-driven assembly lines to intelligent systems that can predict the malfunctioning of machinery.

AI-based bots or machines can also assist in solving supply-chain concerns over a wide geographical location, minimizing the shipping and delivery timing of online products.

While some fear machines will replace human jobs, the truth is that AI driven manufacturing creates new types of job for those willing to learn.

The transportation sector also has big plans for AI. By the year 2025 the implementation of AI-driven systems in cars and vehicles are expected to jump 109% over what they were just a few years ago.

Autonomous cars and connected cars are rapidly becoming a reality with AI advances. Connected cars are especially getting a lot of attention because their predictive mechanisms can accurately tell drivers the probable malfunctioning of spare parts, routes and driving directions, emergency and disaster prevention protocols and more.

In advertising, AI has already proven useful in the way AI-powered systems can efficiently simulate advertising campaigns with past data in hand that delivers exact results. Smart sentiment analysis tools and techniques are being looked at for generating leads and converting them to sales.

But perhaps the No. 1 area where AI shines and will continue to do so, is in the healthcare sector where AI systems are making personalized healthcare a reality.

In addition to monitoring and even operating on patients remotely, AI mechanisms also deploy algorithms and systems that can aid and detect and treat chronic disease in a whole new world of predictive healthcare.

Like so many cutting edge technologies now, Artificial Intelligence is just beginning its run of possibilities. For engineers, entrepreneurs, medical personnel and manufacturers, staying attune to AI advances is critical.

This is where Tonex can help with our Artificial Intelligence Training Bootcamp / AI Training. Our instructors are experts in their fields and also have real-world experience.

Need a course tailored to your organization’s needs? We can do that. Contact us for more information, questions, comments.

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