Tag: AI

3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy Right Now

3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy Right Now

Every so often, a new technology comes along that fundamentally changes the world. Consider the discovery of electricity, the invention of the automobile, and the creation of the internet — all three sparked dramatic transformations, boosting productivity and efficiency across industries.

Ask the Experts & Innovators: CX and the Transition from Monitoring to AIOps & Observability

Ask the Experts & Innovators: CX and the Transition from Monitoring to AIOps & Observability

Ask the Experts & Innovators: CX and the Transition from Monitoring to AIOps & Observability

Researchers develop 'explainable' artificial intelligence algorithm

Researchers develop ‘explainable’ artificial intelligence algorithm

Researchers from the University of Toronto and LG AI Research have developed an “explainable” artificial intelligence (XAI) algorithm that can help identify and eliminate defects in display screens.

Big Data Is Dead: Long Live Smart Data

Big Data Is Dead: Long Live Smart Data

For more than a decade, big data has been steadily soaring. New data-driven companies have emerged and become multibillion-dollar juggernauts, while established market leaders recognized the power of data early and have invested accordingly. But like with so many things, 2020 was a wake-up call for data strategies, especially the many not delivering immediate value.

How to use AI to better serve your customers

How to use AI to better serve your customers

As remote working became the norm during the pandemic, more businesses have integrated AI to help things run smoothly and effectively. From improved chatbots and personalized virtual assistants in the retail and healthcare sectors to smart-learning software for education, AI systems can understand and support customers at an advanced level.

How AIOps can transform IT management

How AIOps can transform IT management

As the world grapples with the impact of the Covid-19 health crisis, organizations are searching for ways to better manage competing network resources, growing user demands, complex troubleshooting challenges, new digital transformation initiatives and technologies, and more. Enterprises have always asked IT departments to do more with less, but today, administrators are redoubling their efforts to find effective ways to improve the network while reducing operational costs.

Put The Power Of Prediction In Your AIOps

Put The Power Of Prediction In Your AIOps

IT today can be summed up in three words: complex, decentralized, and slow. And the exponential increase in IT complexity brought about by operating from “anywhere” boils down to one thing—the ability to manage complexity requires technology capable of handling complexity.  

How Machine Learning Is Changing Influencer Marketing

How Machine Learning Is Changing Influencer Marketing

In 2019 the practice reached $6.5 billion and is projected to reach $15 billion by 2022. Marketing today is all about algorithms, data and analytics to gain a targeted audience rather than the traditional spray-and-pray approach. The major success factor is figuring out how influencer marketing can become more effective by targeting the right audience to increase customer engagement.

Eight Things Machine Learning Can Do To Improve Your Daily Customer Interactions

Eight Things Machine Learning Can Do To Improve Your Daily Customer Interactions

As machine learning becomes more prevalent in business, it has the potential to affect a company’s day-to-day interactions with its customers, whether positively or negatively. Many businesses have already invested heavily in machine learning and have found great success. However, new tech can always be intimidating, scary or potentially difficult to implement.

Artificial Intelligence: Leveling The Business Playing Field

Artificial Intelligence: Leveling The Business Playing Field

The economic crisis caused by Covid-19 forced organizations to grapple with an entirely new set of challenges. And while no business was — or is — immune, the burden fell disproportionately on startups and small businesses.