Companies are overloaded with data. Most are storing it away for the future, when artificial intelligence applications can use it to boost profits. The day where machine learning’s predictive analytics capabilities can handle vast data is here and smart companies are getting ahead of the curve.
In January, Apple previewed an iOS feature that would allow consumers to access their electronic health records (EHRs) on their phones – teasing what could be a game-changer for both patient engagement and healthcare software development.
From finance and education to manufacturing and healthcare, we’re all eager to better understand how to leverage “robots” (figurative and literal) to improve performance, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.