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Jun 9, 2017

Three real use-cases of machine learning in business applications

HuffPost

Machine learning is not a magic bullet, but it does have the potential to serve as a powerful extender of human cognition. In B2B and B2C businesses, this capability is proving to be particularly useful in identifying patterns across large swaths of customer and user data and helping drive better company outcomes. In this article, we spotlight four machine learning vendors and explore how their applications are being used by four B2B companies to help drive business decisions and better reach and serve their customers.

May 29, 2017

「車や旅行、AI が変える 企業幹部らが講演 (Corporate executives who are changing car, travel, and AI will present)

Nikkei

IoTが拓くイノベーションと成長」をテーマにした「世界デジタルサミット2017」(日本経済新聞社・総務省主催)が29日、開幕した。世界のIT(情報技術)企業などの首脳が、人工知能(AI)によって製品やサービスを飛躍的に進化させると強調した。

May 19, 2017

1500+ Business leaders debate the future of AI at 2017's AI Summit London

AI Business

The AI Summit London once again delivered its market-leading buzz with a conference & exhibition attended by most of the UK and Europe’s leading corporate organisations. All of the major AI innovators also made their presence felt through product launches, announcements and thought-leadership sessions.

May 18, 2017

Customer care and the growing role for chatbots

Tractica

Natural language processing systems require real data to train on, which is a problem. There are no beta tests for NLP systems because the system cannot anticipate how queries will be asked or how to classify those queries according to the right information sources, so systems go live and must learn on the fly. Some systems require several days before they are satisfactorily accurate, giving pause to many companies looking to deploy virtual assistants. But training times are getting better. Tractica spoke with CEO Dr. Catherine Havasi from Luminoso for more information.

May 15, 2017

Here are 9 Boston Artificial Intelligence startups to watch

BostInno

Artificial intelligence is not a single technology, but rather a collection of technologies that are applied to specific tasks. As a result, the effects of AI will be felt unevenly through the economy, the White House wrote in its most recent report about AI and automation. Out of all the companies working in AI-related fields, we picked 9 startups in the Boston area that have been making some moves recently, or that simply sparked our imagination:

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