November 10, 2016

IT'LL NEVER FLY, ORVILLE:

The Competitive Landscape for Machine Intelligence (Shivon Zilis & James Cham, NOVEMBER 02, 2016, Harvard Business Review)

 Over the past year, machine intelligence has exploded, with $5 billion in venture investment, a few big acquisitions, and hundreds of thousands of people reading our earlier research. As with the internet in the 1990s, executives are realizing that this new technology could change everything, but nobody knows exactly how or when.

If this year's landscape shows anything, it's that the impact of machine intelligence is already here. Almost every industry is already being affected, from agriculture to transportation. Every employee can use machine intelligence to become more productive with tools that exist today. Companies have at their disposal, for the first time, the full set of building blocks to begin embedding machine intelligence in their businesses.

Posted by at November 10, 2016 6:59 AM

  

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