Nudge marketing… Do you control your thoughts? Machine learning algorithms analyze data and return patterns, such as those found in human behavior. Using this ability, AI can intake a consumer’s data and determine which nudge marketing tactics will most affect them.
Thinking ahead to 2021? Artificial intelligence (AI) is among the most adaptable and advantageous business technologies available today. It can perform a remarkably broad range of tasks, from process automation to customer interaction.
“Collaborative intelligence” is cooperation between humans and artificial intelligence. In the workplace, this synergistic relationship allows both parties to play into their strengths. Humans bring creativity, leadership, interpersonal skills, and judgment to the table, while AI offers rapid quantitative analysis capabilities.
It’s been an issue since the Industrial Revolution: technology moves quickly and, sometimes, it’s hard to keep up. Today, as artificial intelligence (AI) becomes ubiquitous in the workplace, it’s easy to wonder,
Will robots replace me?
The short answer is, “no, robots won’t replace employees” — at least, not in our lifetimes. But why is this the case? How can we trust this to remain so, with technology growing more advanced every day?
Technology is an essential tool for business in the modern, digital world. However, it often demands huge amounts of energy and resources, which adds up to a not-insignificant expense. By helping to design and run energy-efficient products and systems, AI allows companies to benefit not only the environment but also their profit margins.
Danger, Will Robinson. Maybe you saw The Matrix? How about The Terminator, Battlestar Galactica, Westworld, or Lost in Space? These stories all share a dystopian future, roguish anti-heroes, and — significantly — a villain in the form of artificial intelligence (AI) gone bad. SciFi writers from Asimov to Daniel Wilson have long been fascinated by…
As an artificial intelligence (AI) consulting firm, Synaptiq understands the importance of user experience (UX). Let’s be honest; AI can be intimidating. People — both consumers and creators — tend to balk at complex, seemingly esoteric terms like “machine learning,” “deep learning,” and “neural networking.” For better or worse, UX can make or break even the idea of AI for some people.
From custom online coaching to gene-based nutrition plans, healthcare is growing more personalized as technology advances. In particular, one promising new field of technology: artificial intelligence (AI) empowers healthcare providers to quickly leverage vast amounts of patient medical data and raise the quality of their care.
Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, and Microsoft’s Cortana use natural language processing and other artificial intelligence (AI) models to receive, interpret, and answer commands and queries. They even adapt and respond to user vocalizations. This begs the question: can Siri also recognize tone, body language, and emotions? To the disappointment of sci-fi fans everywhere, the answer is no. Siri cannot recognize…
In a broad sense, sentiment analysis means using machines to gauge public, demographic, group, or individual sentiment (hence the name) toward a particular thing, whether that be a product, person, or advertisement. An AI model will intake a set of consumer-generated information — such as reviews on the newest iPhone or ‘tweets’ to the President’s Twitter account — and return the emotions expressed within that content.