Salesforce has been a leader in the pursuit of cutting-edge technologies addressing the digitalization of sales processes. The Company must continue to do so, if it is to maintain its foothold as the #1 provider of customer relationship management (CRM) software in the United States.
Humans have been producing beer for over 5,000 years, and it has become our most consumed alcoholic beverage worldwide. But is brewing an art or a science? The rise of the craft beer segment suggests that many of us perceive it as an art, but machine learning is gradually reinventing both the process and product development aspects of this traditional industry.
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Pluralsight, an EdTech company, is utilizing artificial intelligence, machine learning and collective intelligence to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its sales team.
CircleUp’s Helio software has created an edge for its freshly raised consumer-focused investment fund. But can its edge last?
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Many U.S. physicians feel that health care digitization has created serious headaches with limited benefits for patients. Will machine learning soon change their minds? Partners HealthCare, a health care system that oversees two world-class Boston hospitals, certainly thinks so.
What if computers could dream? In fact, they can. Google’s groundbreaking DeepDream software is turning AI neural networks inside out to understand how computers think.
BenevolentAI is a UK-based biotechnology company betting on machine learning and artificial intelligence as their competitive advantage at all stages of the drug development process. Will this bet pay off or will BenevolentAI fail to create meaningful innovation in the biotech space?