What Can AI Do for Your Enterprise?
Modern AI and predictive analytics give enterprises the opportunity to automate analysis of data to produce better insights than their human competitors. Better data can improve the performance of decision-makers at all levels of your organization, and it is easier to improve the data than it is to find the perfect decision-maker. Even the best leaders will improve their performance with better information.
Aragon Research can help you put artificial intelligence to work in your enterprise to meet your business goals. Download your complimentary eBook, The CEO's Guide to Building the Intelligent Enterprise, to get started.
What Is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?
AI is a discipline that attempts to create systems capable of thought or behavior based on natural processes. These natural processes include vision, language processing, reasoning, and learning. AI applies research from computer science, psychology, mathematics, linguistics, and neuroscience to develop problem-solving applications that supplant or augment human intellectual performance.
Modern AI technologies include machine learning, natural language interfaces, and a variety of technologies to support evidence-based decision-making. Supported by large data sets and modern distributed computing platforms, this stack provides the essential tools to enable today’s intelligent enterprise.
Building Your AI Roadmap
Because AI makes resources smarter, enterprises that leverage it sooner than their competitors will have a strategic advantage. Business planners need to:
- Ask their providers if they have a roadmap for AI. If your providers are not planning on developing or acquiring AI applications and technologies, begin to evaluate alternative providers.
- Understand user needs and the potential impact of emerging AI and machine learning technologies and applications. Allocation of AI investments should be first applied to areas that stand to have the biggest impact on business.
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The computer vision market includes technologies that use artificial intelligence (AI) to recognize and analyze visual content. In 2021, the market is coming of age as new platforms, use cases, and forms of hardware enablement drive growth. This Research Note explains what computer vision is and reviews five trends that are defining the market.
Hot Vendors in Computer Vision, 2021
Computer vision enables the real-time recognition and analytics of video and images to drive business insights and growth. Aragon has identified 5 vendors in computer vision that are making a difference in the market.
The Aragon Research Globe for Conversational AI, 2021
Aragon’s first Aragon Research Globe™ for Conversational AI examines 22 major providers in a market category that is growing at a very fast rate.
Hot Vendors in Conversational AI, 2021
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Computer Vision for Fashion: Virtual Dressing Rooms
Recently, the computer vision provider, Revery.ai, has turned heads with its exposition of an AI-based solution for virtual dressing rooms. Revery.ai’s press attention has come from the scale and extensibility of its solution, which is capable of analyzing over a million garment images a week.
Watching Plants Grow Goes High-Tech with Computer Vision
Nokia Bell Labs and AeroFarms recently announced their plans to deploy a computer vision system to all of the crops and indoor farms managed by AeroFarms. The partnership signals the growing salience for computer vision in the enterprise—this blog discusses its implications for the market.
3 Emerging AI Technologies to Watch
While there are a plethora of key technologies advancing in the artificial intelligence space, emerging AI technologies present ample opportunity for potential transformation. We’ve identified several of them in our latest Technology Arc for Artificial Intelligence, and in this blog, we’ll discuss three key technologies.