I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On MIT Sloan News:
People centered AI projects where people play the central role in any AI project. I like to use the expression human augmented for AI and this article explains how in 5 steps you can put individuals at the center of any AI design process.
On National Law Review:
A very interesting development showing that every angle of business is affected by AI. Here lawmakers explain what their thinking is about patent office needing to change the rules for AI. IP issues are big with AI and with the increase in AI projects, they need to think about any implication this could have.
I have always thought that AI would benefit most digital marketers. Why? Because digital marketers need to perform personalized campaigns at the right time, on the right channel for the right person. Data backed AI project will allow that and much more. Have a read, always very well written and documented by Forbes.
On News Medical Net:
Because AI is based on data and data architecture allow huge amount of information to be stored, healthcare can greatly benefit from AI. Have a read to understand why this is the case with brain tumor.
On Supply Chain Intel:
AI is present today in all activities. In this article we can see how its application in supply chain disrupt the whole industry. Very interesting approach and vision.
A humanoid AI chatbot… to make our interaction with chatbots more personalized and human. Have a read this is fun and disruptive.
At CES in Las Vegas, AI is omnipresent. Here we can see and we have been seeing that in transportation with the autonomous vehicle and all AI apps we are not talking any more about futuristic approach or science fiction… this is real!