We are going to start seeing these developments used in commercial products.
There are also promising results that these pre-trained models can be used to create knowledge bases.”
With Professor Giovanni Miragliotta, Professor of Advanced Supply Chain Planning at MIP Milan Polytechnic University – who’s research has covered IoT, cloud computing and AI, also commenting: “It is hard to measure how businesses have taken into consideration AI capabilities both past and present.
Secondly, it is a long journey and companies should plan time and money not just to start up a project, but also to train algorithms correctly during time.
And thirdly, involve internal users when starting new AI project, to avoid long term organizational issues.”
AI is used as the general umbrella term for machine learning (ML), deep learning and natural language processing.