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How Artificial Intelligence Might Change Your World

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Curtis: "A narrow AI is called narrow because it's usually focused on one specific task, where as a general AI would be able to be good pretty much any task thrown its way. Let's take a look into one business that developed an incredibly helpful, narrow AI tool to help solve a huge business headache for a multinational company. Building out an AI to help reduce our workload starts with finding a cognitive problem that needs a solution." This person was tasked with sort of trying to help researchers and engineers and people within Procter and Gamble work together more effectively and more frequently."


Chatbots can learn what you like - Raconteur

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"AI is offering retailers new ways to make shopping hassle free. Modern cognitive systems can understand, reason, learn and interact in similar ways to a human being. "KalaniBot will get smarter with use and is designed to interact in a conversational way like the real person, learning more about fans, asking them questions and then driving CoverGirl coupon downloads." And, paradoxically, AI can personalise experiences without needing necessarily to know any personal information at all, merely by looking at online behavioural patterns," says Sentient Technologies' Mr Epstein.


How P&G and American Express Are Approaching AI

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That impression is widespread with cognitive technologies -- which comprises a range of approaches in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning. Two good examples of combining well-established practices with cognitive technology to achieve business success are American Express and Procter & Gamble. Ash Gupta is President of Global Credit Risk and Information Management at American Express, and Guy Peri is Chief Data Officer and Vice President of Information Technology at P&G. Their measured embrace of cognitive technology is just one more reason why American Express and Procter & Gamble continue to deliver an improved experience to their customers, decade after decade.


Olay's A.I. Powered Skin Advisor Tool Tells You How Old Your Skin Is

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Olay, a well-known drugstore brand, created an AI to analyze your skin from your selfies and tell you which beauty products to buy. The Olay Skin Advisor asks users to snap a selfie, then analyzes the photo to produce personalized skincare advice using artificial intelligence . Olay packaged over thirty years of skin analysis and imaging expertise into the Olay Skin Advisor, a mobile experience for empowering consumer choices. Visia took controlled facial images of users in different lighting conditions and tracked skin conditions such as wrinkles, pores, and textures.


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That impression is widespread with cognitive technologies -- which comprises a range of approaches in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning. Two good examples of combining well-established practices with cognitive technology to achieve business success are American Express and Procter & Gamble. Ash Gupta is President of Global Credit Risk and Information Management at American Express, and Guy Peri is Chief Data Officer and Vice President of Information Technology at P&G. Their measured embrace of cognitive technology is just one more reason why American Express and Procter & Gamble continue to deliver an improved experience to their customers, decade after decade.


Olay talks AI: "Personalisation is something that's very interesting to us"

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From automated chatbots to intelligent recommendation engines, AI is enabling brands to personalise the products in new and exciting ways. One of the latest firms to take advantage of this technology is P&G skincare brand Olay, which has recently expanded its Olay Skin Advisor service to customers worldwide. We obviously had a lot of skin expertise, the deep learning area was newer for us, but we did actually do it internally, we have a bio-informatics group and they built the algorithm internally." Women-focused brands are often neglected by the tech industry, but according to Dr. Neuser, it's an area that's ripe for disruption when it comes to improving the customer experience through mobile technology and artificial intelligence.


Olay Unveils Global Skin Analysis Platform Olay Skin Advisor – The First-Of-Its-Kind Application of Deep Learning in the Beauty Industry

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BARCELONA, Spain--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, global skincare brand Olay celebrated its Mobile World Congress debut with the global launch of Olay Skin Advisor, a new platform designed to help women better understand their skin and find the products best-suited to their personal skincare needs. Our solution is Olay Skin Advisor, which uses artificial intelligence to deliver a smart skin analysis and personalized product recommendation, taking the mystery out of shopping for skincare products." Following a short series of questions about her personal skin concerns and product preferences, Skin Advisor delivers a personalized product regimen recommendation based on extensive knowledge about what products have worked best for women like her – women with the same skin concerns, needs and preferences. Previewed at Mobile World Congress, the following suite of AI technologies will power Olay Skin Advisor 2.0, launching in the US mid-March: With more than one million visits to date, Skin Advisor is already helping women find the right products for their skin type.


Can artificial intelligence make supply chains sustainable?

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The good news for us humans is that the current generation of AI technologies being used to automate data collection and processing -- such as machine-learning software that amasses more expertise as it analyzes data or neural networks modeled after the human brain -- are more likely to augment the human workforce rather than replace it. There's huge potential for open source intelligence, for artificial intelligence in supply chain risk management.


The weakest link

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The software, from Demand Management, increased inventory turnover from 3 to to 3.4 turns annually in two years. Unlike other software, Demantra runs on Bayesian algorithms, self-correcting mathematical formulas that use probability to determine the causal relationships between variables. O'Reilly Auto Parts, which sells 100,000 parts in its 850 retail stores and eight distribution centers, uses Nonstop's software to forecast seasonal spikes and dips. Colgate-Palmolive uses SAP software to furnish forecasts to the distribution centers of a few big store chains, telling the retailers how much toothpaste they need and when.


Robot room service is coming to US hotels

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It might not be able to change your sheets, but Savioke's Relay hospitality robot can bring everything from toothpaste to Starbucks, and it uses Wi-Fi and 3D cameras to navigate. It might not be able to change your sheets, but Savioke's Relay hospitality robot can bring everything from clean towels to Starbucks, and it uses Wi-Fi and 3D cameras to navigate Each of the Relay robots stands roughly three feet tall. Once the robot arrives at the correct room, it will then call the guest's phone and wait to be met at the door. Once the robot arrives at the correct room, it will then call the guest's phone and wait to be met at the door.