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If you’re looking to save time and money, increase productivity, ensure compliance and optimize business processes then our tips for adopting artificial intelligence into your business may be all you need to read this week. Businesses use AI Products and services to their advantage in several, often unexpected ways. Through
There is a lot of excitement about 4IR and what it means to modern business. This article explores the fourth industrial revolution and showcases its impact on various business landscapes. The evolution of business has been profoundly affected by waves of industrial revolutions. The first revolution harnessed the power of
Artificial intelligence (AI) has arrived. It has even been at the helm of its own sea voyage. Businesses use AI Products and services to their advantage in several, often unexpected ways. AI and machine learning are taking mundane tasks out of human hands, leaving us more time to focus on
Humanity’s fascination with artificial intelligence (AI) dates back to 1863, when author Samuel Butler wrote an article called “Darwin Among the Machines”. The article suggested that machines were undergoing an evolution that might eventually see them develop enough intelligence to take over as Earth’s dominant species. Butler’s idea sparked a
The introduction of a new technology usually follows a similar pattern – at first, it is invented in labs deep underground in universities. At this point, it is unique, expensive, and difficult to use. Then some company takes a risk and commercialises it, giving them what’s known as; “the first-mover
Computer vision might share a lot of similarities with human vision, but there are vastly significant differences between the two. Human vision is an extremely complex process which is still not completely understood. Computer vision is a technological implementation of human vision that enables computers to achieve human vision capabilities.