Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
The world of artificial intelligence and machine learning is everchanging, with new trends being discovered every year. In the wake of GDPR in 2018, the use of such technologies was applied to legal documents, company legislations and privacy regulations. In 2019, this trend continued while others experimented with incorporating AI into video game design. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic meant that AI was used to create digital workers, making up for medial labour that users would usually perform while in the office. In 2021, we are seeing new trends, but we are also seeing barriers.
Machine Learning Is Not Free of Obstacles
According to IDC, the artificial intelligence market is forecast to grow 16.4% by the end of 2021, but even still, obstacles stand in the way for innovation and even for development. Deploying machine learning is difficult; that's why, for this exclusive EM360 podcast, we are speaking to Dr. Eugene Izhikevich, CEO of Brain Corp. In this podcast, we will be delving into some of the biggest problems facing the AI landscape today, predictions for 2021 and some of the solutions.
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