In the midst of all the hype about artificial intelligence (AI), you may occasionally pause to ask: “What’s new here?” After all, did
we not have machine learning applications 10 (or maybe even 20) years ago? In the marketing domain specifically, you may be asking how today’s AI is different from, say, an application that has been personalizing real-time content insertion for several
The best way to answer that could be to consider the evolution of AI in the areas of driving and transportation. In the past, the applications of AI included
driver-assist features ...
Although the term “artificial intelligence” or AI has been popular for decades, recent discussions on “cognitive learning,”
“cognitive computing,” and “cognitive algorithms” have made everyone more conscious of the implications AI has on our daily lives. AI is one of those
topics that generate contradictory feelings. On the one hand, we are impressed by the concept. We are also enthusiastic about the opportunities AI
can open up as it touches all kinds of lives. On the other hand, though, there is fear. The movie industry has played a crucial role in not only familiarizing