Artificial intelligence (AI) was first coined by American computer scientist John McCarthy in 1956. Today, it is an umbrella term that encompasses a wide range of topics, from machine learning to robotics.
• AI for customer
• AI for workplace
• AI for operations
• AI for talent
• AI finance
AI became a hot topic over the past few years, mainly in the context of futuristic – and often threatening – scenarios. All science fiction aside, artificial intelligence has a lot to offer businesses. Simply put, self-learning machines are able to perform a variety of cognitive tasks, but they can do it faster, better, safer and cheaper. Artificial intelligence will improve quality and efficiency, all while reducing costs and complexity.
Harnessing AI’s potency
In order to take advantage of AI’s possibilities, it is vital for business leaders to start engaging with it. As Mark Zuckerberg puts it: innovation is not about having a good idea, it’s about moving quickly and trying a lot of things.
That’s why delaware implements AI based on our delaware Agile Machine Learning (dAML) methodology, which makes use of the industry standard for data mining (CRISP-DM), enhanced for machine learning and combined with agile methods such as Scrum. It is very important to us that the AI results are directly applicable to your business processes.
We select the best-fitting type of AI – machine learning, cognitive services and conversational AI – based on your needs and requirements, and strive to improve your business performance.
How delaware can help
The internet of Things is what drives smart cities, industry 4.0 and the factories of the future.
Cloud is the only option to be able to cope with the speed of innovation that business leaders require