According to the 2019 IDC study of spending on Artificial Intelligence (AI), it's estimated to reach $35.8 billion in 2019 and is expected to double by 2022 to $ 79.2 billion representing an annual growth rate of 38% for the period 2018-2022. The economic benefits and utility of AI technologies are clear and compelling. No doubt, applications of AI may address some of the most vexing social challenges such as health, the environment, economic empowerment, education, and infrastructure. At the same time, as AI technologies become more pervasive, they may be misused and, in the absence of increased transparency and proactive disclosures, create ethical and legal gaps. Increased regulation may be the only way to address such gaps.
When I was a kid in grade school, I always hated homework because it often stood in the way of going outside to play with my friends. I can remember joking around with them and saying that we needed to build a robot to do our homework for us. That way, we could spend our after school time riding bikes and playing together.
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Seven (yes, seven!) years ago, AIIM published “The Big Data Balancing Act - Too much yin and not enough yang?” The author of the report was none other than Nuxeo’s David Jones, who worked as a business analyst for AIIM at the time.
No matter where you turn, it seems you can't help but run into discussion about Artificial Intelligence being the future of Intelligent Information Management. In fact, when we surveyed the AIIM Community about it and found that: 81% of organizations reported that Deep Learning and Machine Learning are key to their future technology and business planning.
AIIM19 is only a short time away and information management professionals from around the world will converge in San Diego for three days of sessions, sharing and fun. But what can you expect this year? In this continuing series of AIIM19 session previews we get a taste of what’s to come. I spoke recently with Angela Watt about her session, co-hosted with Emily Speight, titled “Absolute Intelligence: Taking the Artificial out of AI,” and I asked her to briefly summarize the topics.
There are some important sessions planned for AIIM19 this year. Topics range from artificial intelligence to business process automation and data analytics and beyond. But none will be more informative than a session planned by David Jacopille from Massachusetts Financial Services titled “Bot Bootcamp: How to Manage Your Artificial Employees.” I spoke recently with David and asked him to give us a preview of what to expect.