Artificial Intelligence

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Curated by Anne Nicholson, Brand Strategy Lead A/NZ

Our IBM Power Systems team recently spoke to some of the leading thinkers in Artificial Intelligence to discuss the best way to get your business started in AI. The results were a fascinating video series which covers topics from what is AI to what is its real value to enterprise. If these vignettes whet your appetite you can discover more here.

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence has a long history at IBM, dating back to the 1950s. By AI we mean anything that makes machines act more intelligently.

How do I get started with AI?

Start with your core data and expand from there.

The role of data in AI

The AI life cycle all starts with data.

The value of AI to Enterprise

The impact of AI is significant for businesses across industries.

The future of AI

What are the catalysts for the next wave of innovation?

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