The development of ML technologies has given rise to the ability to extract more information and intelligence from the wide range of content in the enterprise, whether structured or unstructured
"Two forces are driving a surge in the use of machine learning technology and other artificial intelligence-enabling technologies, according to industry analysts: the astounding growth of unstructured content and the use of robotic process automation (RPA) to automate content-related processes.
Cognilytica says that between documents, images, emails, online data and videos, up to 90% of the content in the enterprise is in the form of unstructured data, which is growing at an astounding 55% to 65% per year..." - eWeek
Modern society today has found innovative ways to incorporate tech that was, once, only read about or seen in science fiction movies, like artificial intelligence
Niels Bosch writes in
"We've seen how technology has changed almost, if not all, aspects of daily life. It has changed the way we communicate, the way we move, the way we shop, and even the way we eat.
That's right, at some point throughout its journey to your plate, the burger you ordered earlier was likely affected by artificial intelligence. Curious to learn how? Read on to learn how AI has revolutionized the food industry..."
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