Five key areas where computer vision is positively impacting manufacturing and the global supply chain, and how it will likely do so in the future.
Enterprises are betting big on machine learning (ML). According to IDC, 85% of the world’s largest organizations will be using artificial intelligence (AI) — including machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP) and pattern recognition — by 2026.
Computer Vision Is Transforming the Transportation Industry, Making It Safer, More Efficient and Improving the Bottom LineComputer vision is helping to reshape the transportation industry at every level from streamlining the passenger experience to preemptive fleet maintenance to fuel optimization.
From personal finance to commercial banks, advancements in financial technology are rapidly transforming the financial sector. Two trends driving this digital evolution are: fraud protection and adaptive artificial intelligence.
The strategic use of big data analytics has grown nearly impossible without AI. Combining the two technologies enables organizations to make accurate predictions and act accordingly—in other words, to become truly data-driven. Here’s how to get there from here.