While Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to be a very powerful tool in information management, the topic is so wrapped up in hyperbole and confusion that it can be challenging to cut through all the noise, causing many to fear the complexity of AI. As you may know, AIIM recently launched a new training course titled Practical AI for the Information Professional. The challenge presented to my colleague Kashyap and I was to take a very complex and hyped topic and make it understandable and relevant to the real world needs of the business -- cutting through the hype, demystifying the technology and providing sound advice and guidance. New Training Course from AIIM: Practical AI for the Information Professional What we found in our research was that AI is not as complicated or daunting as most believe. We discovered in our dozens of conversations with folks from organizations of all sizes that there are three major misunderstandings about the use and value of AI.
Digital transformation means reworking business processes to take maximum advantage of data and digital content. Better, faster, and cheaper content management is one goal, but the real payoff is in automating routine tasks including customer interactions. More data and process improvement will, in turn, allow us to do more with our content, to reach new audiences and boost satisfaction and profitability, however you measure it. To get there you need AI -- algorithms, models, and measurement -- and you need to trust that what you've built will do the job reliably and correctly.
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A potentially problematic challenge for industry and legislators is the apparent tension between privacy rights and the rapid adoption of blockchain-based applications which are expected to reach $10.6 billion in revenue by 2023.
I am interested in forming a dedicated group of knowledgeable end users to provide insight on key trends in Intelligent Information Management. The intention is to systematically identify:
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If you take a look around your office, home, or even places like your car you’re sure to see it – Artificial Intelligence. And it’s not just in our personal lives, in the world of business we continue to grow and expand the way we work with the use of automation, smart machines, and more.