Welcome to part 2 of delaware’s three-part blog about the evolution of information management and the impact on how it is used, including its effects on our business processes. In the first part, we looked at the situation today, with systems failing to meet the needs and expectations of their users dangerously often. In this part, we will see how technological evolution can be a helping hand in several information management use cases.
Blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning, augmented and virtual reality and robotics: an endless stream of new innovations that doesn’t look like drying up any time soon. Not all of them are entirely new, but they are becoming increasingly ingrained in our daily lives, both professionally and personally. Take the Waze navigation app, for instance, whose users are unwittingly training an AI to become better at helping other users. Another example is the Ikea Place app, which lets you see whether furniture will fit in your living room or bedroom by means of augmented reality. Let’s take a deep-dive!