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Inc said on Tuesday it would use artificial intelligence (AI) technology from Amazon.com Inc's cloud computing unit to improve customer service apps. Salesforce makes software systems that businesses use to house customer information, like which products or services a customer has purchased and how long they have been a customer. Agents use the information to solve customer issues. Salesforce said it will use technology from Amazon Web Services to turn the customer's spoken words into text, where it can be translated into different languages or analyzed to determine whether the customer is angry or satisfied, all in real time.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is more than just cyborgs in movies trying to destroy humanity. It has actual real-world applications that can make our lives better and our businesses stronger and more profitable. In retail, artificial intelligence is being adopted rapidly - between 2016 and 2018 there was a 600% increase in adoption. Unfortunately the adoption rate is still relatively low, ranging from 26% for home improvement stores to 33% for apparel and footwear. If AI can make such a big difference, why isn't everyone adopting it?
I would like to start with the fact that the retail market today is developing by leaps and bounds, but traders by the way also do not standstill. On the contrary, they gradually seize the initiative by introducing Artificial Intelligence into their products. Note, when many things were simply impossible, but thanks to the arrival chatbots much have changed. Chatbots are one of the most effective tools in building relationships between customers. More and more retailers choose eCommerce chatbots as a primary method of communication with the visitors of their online stores.
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As the digital world continues to modernise, and new technologies are developed, the AI and Data Strategy book simplifies the complexities and introduces a structured way to update your strategy to include AI and Data capabilities The book defines the technologies and why they are important and this includes Automatic cars, drones, robots, blockchain, data science, machine learning and internet of things. Most of us are unsure what this all means and may think it's a bit technical and over our head. In the end we really just want to manage our information more securely and be able to access it anywhere anytime any place. The book makes the connection between what the technology is and how it can help us achieve your goals in accessing information. The AI and Data strategy book will get you started on the what, how, who and why to enable you to build and implement an AI and Data strategy.
Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth helps you build highly accurate training datasets for machine learning. It can reduce your labeling costs by up to 70% using automatic labeling. This blog post explains the Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth chaining feature with a few examples and its potential in labeling your datasets. Chaining reduces time and cost significantly as Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth determines the objects that are already labeled and optimizes the data for automated data labeling mode. As a prerequisite, you might want to check the post "Creating hierarchical label taxonomies using Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth" that shows how to achieve multi-step hierarchical labeling and the documentation on how to use the augmented manifest functionality.
Sainsbury's commercial and technology teams are working with Accenture to implement machine learning processes that they say are providing the retailer with better insight into consumer behaviour. Using the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the key aim of the collaboration is to generate new insights on what consumers want and the trends driving their eating habits. By tapping into data from multiple structured and unstructured sources, the supermarket chain has developed predictive analytics models that it uses to adjust inventory based on the trends it spots. According to Alan Coad, managing director of Google Cloud in the UK and Ireland, the platform can "ingest, clean and classify that data", while a custom-built front-end interface for staff can be used "to seamlessly navigate through a variety of filters and categories" to generate the relevant insights. Phil Jordan, group CIO of Sainsbury's, said: "The grocery market continues to change rapidly. "We know our customers want high quality at great value and that finding innovative and distinctive products is increasingly important to them.
"Rather than questioning the character of thinking machines, futurist Amy Webb turns a critical eye on the humans behind the computers. With AI's development overwhelmingly driven by nine tech powerhouses, she asks: Is it possible for the technology to serve the best interests of everyone?"―Wired "Webb's assessments are based on analyses of patent filings, policy briefings, interviews and other sources. She paints vivid pictures of how AI could benefit the average person, via precision medicine or smarter dating apps...Her forecasts are provocative and unsettlingly plausible."―Science News "Instead of predicting the future, Webb lays out scenarios for optimistic, pragmatic, and catastrophic outcomes -- all extrapolated from current facts. However impractical you may find the idea of a common Apple-Amazon operating system named Applezon, considering potential scenarios is a fantastically healthy exercise, because anyone who tells you they know how AI is going to turn out is lying."―VentureBeat
If you're like most companies, you wish to better understand your customers and your brand image. You'd like to track the success of your marketing campaigns, and the topics of interest--or frustration--for your customers. Social media promises to be a rich source of this kind of information, and many companies are beginning to collect, aggregate, and analyze the information from platforms like Twitter. However, more and more social media conversations center around images and video; on one recent project, approximately 30% of all tweets collected included one or more images. These images contain relevant information that is not readily accessible without analysis.