Increasingly, voice assistants from vendors such as Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft and others are starting to find their way into a myriad of devices, products and tools used on a daily basis. While once we might have only interacted with conversational systems on our phones, dedicated desktop appliances, or desktop computers, we can now find conversational interfaces on a wide range of appliances and products from televisions to cars and even toaster ovens.
The term "artificial" doesn't do the next generation, with the attitude of "how we will get things done," justice.
Artificial refers to a machine doing the work rather than a human, and the “Augmented Intelligence” might be more appropriate. Many agree that repetitive tasks and to-dos should be done by someone other than humans.
The implementation of machine vision in finance is proving to be beneficial not only to businesses but also to consumers in general. Although it seemed far-fetched five years ago, financial institutions have been using advanced technologies in their operations. These technologies enable organizations to improve the customer experience and lighten employees’ workloads.
As Jim Sinur and I wrote in the book Digital Transformation, A Brief Guide for Game Changers, “Similar to viewing an exceptional art mosaic, observing any of the environmental forces or enabling capabilities in isolation prevents one from recognizing the broader fundamentals in play.
Naveen Joshi is Founder and CEO of Allerin, which develops engineering and technology solutions focused on optimal customer experiences. Naveen works in AI, Big Data, IoT and Blockchain. An influencer with a half a million followers, he is a highly seasoned professional with more than 20 years of comprehensive experience in customizing open source products for cost optimizations of large scale IT deployment.
Molly Lavik has been instrumental in the formation of the sustainable business industry for the past decade, and for the last five years has also developed the world’s first conference at the intersection of artificial intelligence and the Entertainment/Media/Health and Wellness industries.
Kate Levchuk, blogger, is a London-based futuristic blogger writing on transhumanism, AI and the philosophy of tech. Kate is passionate about an infinite human potential and the role of technology in uncovering it.
Steve Ardire advises numerous AI startups on business strategy, funding, go-to-market, and customer/partner engagement. Steve interrogates reality and shapes serendipity to connect and illuminate the dots that matter (aka 'The Merchant of Light'). Steve leverages significant relationship capital and personal branding in the AI space and is an active speaker at AI events.
Lisa Wood, CEO of CogWorld, is a longtime deep tech entrepreneur driven to solve complex (NP-Complete) challenges in space and defense with novel ‘adaptive’ artificial intelligence involving analog computation multi-chip modules and self-organizing/reinforcement learning (patent pending) AI software. Lisa is a co-founder of Analog Computation Corp (ACC). Prior to ACC, Lisa funded and performed business development and operations for the research and development of a novel molecular engineering system applied in the life sciences.
Peter Fingar is an author of 26 best-selling books, most recently The Cognitive Internet of Everything and Cognitive Computing, a Brief Guide for Game Changers.