The hype around artificial intelligence has never been higher – and retail is one industry where it has a chance to make a major impact on profits. But as hype and misunderstandings continue to build, it's become harder than ever to keep sight of the true disruptive potential of AI. I
Interestingly enough, paperclips have their own day of honor. On May 29th we celebrate #NationalPaperclipDay! That well-known piece of curved wire deserves attention for keeping our papers together and helping us stay organized. Do you remember who else deserved the same attention? Clippit – the infamous Microsoft Office assistant, popularly known as ‘Clippy’.
What if, apart from the new organisation of production assets, the fourth industrial revolution also implies a significant evolution in the knowledge management intrinsic to each domain? What if new digital technologies allow the operational actors to simply access this knowledge, mostly derived from empirical methods, thanks to analytical methods and
En la actualidad, se ha masificado el uso de la Inteligencia Artificial (IA) en diferentes aplicaciones de negocio como: los servicios de atención al cliente y la toma de decisiones operativas en diferentes áreas de las empresas, consiguiendo optimizar múltiples procesos, al hacerlos más eficientes y logrando una mayor rentabilidad.
When I talk about marketing with my customers and at events, I discuss how analytics, including using artificial intelligence ( AI ) and machine learning, can drive improved customer experience. I often say that without analytics, marketing departments might as well just go home. Technology, data and insights In today’s
Everyone seems to agree that artificial intelligence (AI) will help businesses to automate, provide better customer experience or simply sell more. If we’re honest, businesses have been doing these things for decades if not centuries, so why all the concern about AI? Isn’t it just a new way of doing
A chatbot is a computer program that uses natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence to simulate human conversation and derive a response. Essentially, it’s a machine that can chat with you or respond to your chatter. Chatbots can save time and money when used to handle simple, automated tasks.
At the recent SAS Forum in Paris, I was part of the team that demonstrated the contextual value of chatbots. Our discussions during preparation and questions after the demo were wide-ranging and extremely interesting. It would be hard to claim that there was a real thread running through it, perhaps