International Data Corporation (IDC) published a new assessment of ten companies that provide general-purpose artificial intelligence (AI) software platforms. The IDC MarketScape report uses a comprehensive framework to assess these vendors relative to a set of criteria that explain both short-term and long-term success in the AI software platforms market. The evaluation also incorporates buyer perceptions of these providers' key characteristics and capabilities. The ten AI software platform providers evaluated in this MarketScape report are: Amazon Web Services, CognitiveScale, EdgeVerve, IBM, Loop AI Labs, Microsoft, Salesforce, SAS, Tencent, and Wipro. Marketing Technology News: RingCentral Named a November 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Unified Communications as a Service, Worldwide General-purpose artificial intelligence software platforms provide the functionality to analyze, organize, access, and provide advisory services based on a range of structured and unstructured information.
The telecom industry is no longer limited to providing primary phone and internet service. It is at the epicentre of technological growth, led by mobile and broadcast services in the internet of things (IoT) era. This growth is expected to continue, with Technavio estimating that the global telecom IoT market will post an impressive CAGR of over 42% by 2020. The driver of this growth is artificial intelligence (AI). AI has helped the telecom sector redefine customer experience, bringing new opportunities but also complicating business models.
Over the past 12 months, the banking industry has become increasingly excited about AI. Virtually every leading consultancy has published research on the impact AI will have on the sector and investment continues to pour into developing innovative solutions. But, alongside all the buzz comes the inevitable concern that the implementation of this technology will reduce the need for actual human workers. The notion here is simple – if a bank can automate a process then surely they don't need a human to do it. The answer is not as simple, although these sorts of claims are not entirely unfounded.
AI and ML are among the top technology trends in the retail world. They have a significant impact on the retail industry, especially in e-commerce firms that rely on online sales. FREMONT, CA: The retail industry is being disrupted and is permanently transforming by the ever-increasing abilities and applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). The retail sector has just begun to see the benefits of AI and ML implementations in the retail industry. They have helped forward-thinking companies shorten time to market, enhance margins, and better align their offerings with customers' preferences and expectations.