If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
Monitoring and examining sentiments have become increasingly popular with brands focused on automating their business processes. Mainly known as an innovative tool used by social media and marketing analysts, sentiment analysis, sometimes referred to as "social listening," has also proved helpful in other functional areas. We explain why companies should invest in sentiment analysis. Insight engines allow to use sentiment analysis across the enterprise and doesn't limit the tool to just one business need. Without machine learning (ML), methods like natural language processing (NLP) sentiment analysis would be unachievable.
Since the pandemic, we have seen significant growth in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) and they will continue to stride along the path of disruption. AI and ML will be as significant as fire or electricity; in fact, maybe even more. We are already observing the potential of AI from the way it has been used to explore space, support cancer treatments, and tackle climate change. As of now, it is difficult to imagine the impact of AI on the world in the next decade, but one thing is sure; key developments are bound to happen and we need to keep our eyes and ears open. As we saw the emergence of AI and ML, people feared them as they thought the technologies will replace the human workforce.
It's a simple mission, raise Omega-3 levels for all Americans. Because Omega-3s are an essential nutrient our bodies need to thrive but cannot make on its own and one in which over 70% of Americans are sorely deficient in. Unfortunately, the leading supplement brands have stopped investing to keeping Omega-3s top of mind for consumers. However, in Antarctica there is a brilliant resource that is a powerful source of Omega-3 nutrients called krill. Krill, a small but mighty multi-nutrient source of Omega-3 EPA & DHA and essential choline (known to support brain and nervous system health) which has superior absorption over traditional fish oils is relatively unknown to most consumers.
Artificial intelligence ('AI') is more and more sneaking up into our daily activities. Anyone using Google, Facebook or a Microsoft product knows this. Not every enterprise is using AI at the same pace. Has your organization started looking into using AI yet? Do you have any clue on how to tackle and implement AI in your organization?
Mike Creef is a fighter for equality and justice for all. Growing up bi-racial (Jamaican-American) on the east coast allowed him to experience many different cultures and beliefs that helped give him a well-rounded worldview. After playing a year of college basketball, he moved to Tulsa, OK in 2008 to pursue training at bible college. He quickly fell in love with serving the people of the city as well as city engagement. He has worked and volunteered in both the public and private sectors and currently enjoys writing to inspire and challenge people to see that there is more that unites us than divides us.
The artificial intelligence research company, OpenAI, recently released ChatGPT, an enormously capable AI system that can communicate with people using natural language. ChatGPT can answer complicated and nuanced questions, explain the complicated themes in Moby Dick, write beautiful poems, and teach you how to tell convincing lies. OpenAI was formed in 2015 with the mission of developing a friendly artificial intelligence that will dramatically benefit humanity while also helping humanity avoid the existential risks that might arise from such artificial general intelligence. Their recent ChatGPT system engages in conversational dialogue with human users. "Many species of ducks migrate south in the winter in order to find more favorable conditions for feeding and breeding. In the northern parts of the world, the winter months can bring colder temperatures, shorter days, and less available food, which can make it difficult for ducks to survive."
The study was a page-turner: Researchers at Google showed that an artificial intelligence system could predict acute kidney injury, a common killer of hospitalized patients, up to 48 hours in advance. The results were so promising that the Department of Veterans Affairs, which supplied de-identified patient data to help build the AI, said in 2019 that it would immediately start work to bring it to the bedside. But a new study shows how treacherous that journey can be. Researchers found that a replica of the AI system, trained on a predominantly male population of veterans, does not perform nearly as well on women. Their study, published recently in the journal Nature, reports that a model built to approximate Google's AI overestimated the risk for women in certain circumstances and was less accurate in predicting the condition for women overall. "If we have this problem, then half the population won't benefit," said Jie Cao, a Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan and the lead author of the paper.
AI and machine learning touch every industry today, but it's sometimes unclear how they improve the bottom line. In addition to automating tedious processes or helping you discover trends, can this tech boost sales and margins? The answer is absolutely "yes." Here are three ways we're seeing businesses harness the best of AI to achieve significant gains. AI reduces the reliance on marketing personas - which aren't very good predictors of what customers will buy.
Large corporations like Mastercard, Deloitte and Credit Suisse already use AI marketing tools to automate content creation, which allows them to boost productivity by creating content in less time. The Associated Press uses AI to write corporate earnings reports, freeing up reporters to do more in-depth reporting. You can apply an AI translation layer to the marketing tools you already use to quickly and efficiently write content that appeals to the new market, in a tone and style that is sensitive to the preferences of native speakers.