Would you ever buy a craft beer whose taste is constantly changing? A UK startup is challenging the way companies approach product development by leveraging Machine Learning to improve its beer recipes based on drinkers’ feedback.
InMobi runs an ad-network that decides the value of over 15 billion ad transactions per day using machine learning. In just a decade, InMobi has positioned itself as a challenger to ad tech incumbents Google and Facebook. Yet in the race to be the best ad-networker, InMobi and others will need to balance product innovation with protecting their advertisers, publishers, and selves from consumer data misuse and brand deterioration.
Amazon is taking on the fashion industry by developing its own collection of private label brands.
Luxury retail brand Burberry is one of the machine learning pioneers within the luxury goods industry. Burberry intensively uses machine learning algorithms to improve customer service, to fight counterfeit products and to offer personalized shopping experience to the customers.
The use of Machine Learning and Internet of Things to increase employee productivity
Having changed entire industries ranging from Music to Telecommunications, will Apple transform the healthcare industry as well?
The introduction of AI and ML has redefined the Google product experience, driving further investment in hardware development and software integration. As information flows become more complex, Google relies on ML and AI to raise the most relevant data at the most relevant times. Now, billions of users rely on Google Photos to manage and share their memories, utilize Google Maps to find the most convenient parking spot, and rely on Gmail to automatically draft responses to unanswered emails — entirely from a Google device.
JetBlue is partnering with a machine learning start-up so they can personalize product offerings to suit each traveler's needs.
When machine components deteriorate beyond repair, they are replaced. Can 3D bioprinting enable the human body to be maintained like a machine?
Additive manufacturing in jewelry has enabled rapid prototyping of customer-specific designs, improved the speed and accuracy of creating wax molds, and is beginning to disrupt traditional production methods with the direct printing of finished products using precious metal powders.