Unquestionably, artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming business.
If you still associate AI with science fiction – don’t. Artificial intelligence has gone mainstream and in some cases it’s even a household name (e.g., Alexa).
While artificial intelligence’s acceptance in mainstream society is a new phenomenon, it is not a new concept. The modern field of artificial intelligence came into existence in 1956, but it took decades of work to make significant progress toward developing an artificial intelligence system and making it a technological reality.
In business, artificial intelligence has a wide range of uses. In fact, most of us interact with artificial intelligence in some form or another on a daily basis. From the mundane to the breathtaking, artificial intelligence is already disrupting virtually every business process in every industry.
As artificial intelligence technologies proliferate, they are becoming an imperative for businesses that want to maintain a competitive edge. AI is especially adept at processing and analyzing troves of data far more rapidly than humans can.
Artificial intelligence software then returns with synthesized courses of action and presents them to the human user. In this way, humans can use artificial intelligence to help game out possible consequences of each action and streamline the decision-making process.
Some experts in this area have likened AI to a kind of “second coming” of software. One might say it’s a form of software that makes decisions on its own and is able to act even in situations nor foreseen by the programmers.
Traits like these make artificial intelligence highly valuable throughout many industries, whether it’s simply helping visitors and staff make their way around a corporate campus efficiently or performing a task as complex as monitoring a wind turbine to predict when it will need repairs.
Artificial intelligence is even an indispensable ally when it comes to looking for holes in computer network defenses because it’s impossible to have enough cybersecurity experts to look at all the possible cybersecurity vulnerabilities due to scale and increasing complexity.
Customer relationship management (CRM) is also evolving due to AI. When AI is applied to software like Salesforce or Zoho, a normal CRM system transforms into a self-updating, auto-correcting system that stays on top of your relationship management for you.
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