"Machine learning" is not just a buzzword for futuristic applications; it is the concept of machines carrying out tasks on their own that would typically require human intelligence. Its emergence is very much happening now. It is at the top of Gartner's hype cycle. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than half of data and analytics services will be performed by machines instead of human beings, up from 10 percent today. And while not all machine learning use cases include real-time analytics, there is a definitive growth trend in the market for real-time decision making powered by machine learning.
May-15-2018, 16:37:20 GMT