Artificial intelligence: The killer app for data

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Executive overview

Authors: Elena Christopher

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, Vice President Industry Research and Robotic Process Automation, HFS Research,
Glenn Finch

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, General Manager and Global Leader, Cognitive Business Decision Support, IBM Global Business Services,
Brian Goehring

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, Associate Partner, AI / Cognitive & Analytics, IBM Institute for Business Value,
Cathy Reese

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, Global Analytics Practice Leader, IBM Services

It’s critical to understand that AI is not one technology. It is a set of technologies and building blocks that include natural language processing, machine and deep learning, neural networks, virtual agents, autonomics and computer vision.


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