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Almost all sectors from finance, customer care, IT, and supply chain management are reworking their organizational strategies to incorporate digital transformation in their sector.
With machine learning and its sophisticated systems powered by Artificial Intelligence, processing of unstructured data has turned into an easy possibility as it can grow faster with more inputs
While some experts like Musk have made speculations around the potential harmful impact of AI in future, for the most part these disruptive technologies with super-human abilities are creating far-reaching impact
Digital transformation DT or DX essentially refers to putting to best use the new age digital technologies and drivers such as Artificial Intelligence and Internet of things (IoT)
IPA will undoubtedly become an even more integral part of the future operating models. Experts suggest that IPA will further leverage AI, eventually leading to a complete automation of processes.
Experts have recommended time and again that companies have to radically alter their existing dynamics to accommodate change and stay relevant.
Retail is one of the flagship sectors where big data plays a vital role, and technologies powered by artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning bring in a huge scope for efficiency
The telecom sector is the artery of connectivity, and there are new opportunities to deploy services and value using AI that can enhance telecom industry’s revenue.
Processing huge volume of data on a day to day basis is a tedious, time-consuming affair for insurance companies. AI could just be the game changer due to its speed and utility.
Intelligent Automation(IA) systems can detect and produce large amounts of information, automate an entire process or workflow, learn and adapt as it keeps improving with daily updates and interaction.
Cognitive AI uses previously under-utilized data for segmentation, identification, and scoring of customers. This is the edge a data-driven customer experience has over others.
Automation in logistics is at a nascent stage. Reports show that implementing automation can deliver up to 30% increase in transaction speed, 25% reduction in cost, 100% accuracy and better compliance.