Vodafone's ability to deploy more predictive analytics given its access to large, global, and varied data pools will be a key competitive advantage as we approach a 5G world.
As we become increasingly reliant on machines to perform our daily tasks — from answering our emails to driving our cars — we are exposed to the limitations of technology as it attempts to perform complex human operations such as natural language processing and image recognition. To address this, Facebook is leveraging its repository of user-uploaded photos to improve accuracy of image recognition technologies to enable computers — and people who are blind — to ‘see’ in natural contexts.
How does a company that was at the forefront of data processing and automation adapt with the emergence of machine learning to further enhance its product offering?
Solving the billion dollar unsold inventory problem in traditional retail
Moving into the next phase of digitized healthcare, Epic Systems needs to continue to develop, test, and implement its machine learning capabilities.
There is a large shortage of organs available for lifesaving transplants. As a result medical researchers are turning to 3D bioprinting to address the growing shortage. Swedish start-up Cellink is revolutionizing the bioprinting industry with its innovative bioink, making bioprinting more widely accessible.
This post discusses how BlackRock is leveraging AI more broadly and ML specifically for process improvement and product development, which could result in potentially significant revenue generation.
The U.S. government has turned to crowdsourcing to help solve some of the most pressing public health issues.
Flexport, a software-powered freight forwarding company, needs to build an AI-first office in Canada in order to improve its product development and global operations.
How additive manufacturing (3D Printing) has become ingrained in Ford's product development cycle through rapid prototyping.