Incorporating AI into your business’ operations will soon become not just a way to stay ahead of your competitors, but a way to remain relevant among them.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been one of the top industry buzzwords in recent years. Many organizations – in business and academia – see it as a disruptive force that will change the way the world operates. While some businesses may be hesitant to take the leap into AI, and others may not know where to start with it, it is highly likely that every company will have to adapt to this modern way of operations in the future.
This whitepaper aims to help business leaders get started with AI and think about their own AI strategies.
Where and how to get started with AI
Gaining a competitive advantage
Use cases and examples of how AI is impacting businesses
Here are some insightful blog posts from the BlueGranite team surrounding Microsoft Azure, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and more.
Data science – at the intersection of revolutionary medicine and technology – is transforming healthcare. BlueGranite’s team is at the forefront of this innovation. Collaborating with a noted pediatric neurosurgeon, whose expertise spans hydrocephalus, congenital disorders, cranial tumors, and epilepsy in children, our data scientists designed a machine learning analysis model to predict intracranial pressure spikes far enough in advance to allow time-critical therapeutic intervention.
For people with disabilities, finding jobs with understanding, accommodating employers can be a challenge. To help facilitate these opportunities, one company provides a website that connects employers with people with disabilities. In an effort to expand and automate these services, the company partnered with the Microsoft AI for Accessibility program and BlueGranite to develop an AI-driven solution with an emphasis on accessibility.
A company that produces offshore drilling equipment with several offices and over six thousand employees worldwide has innovation and technology at its forefront. Having contracts, memos, presentations, human resource files, schematic documentation, and any other type of hard or soft copy data available at one’s fingertips is invaluable to any company in this fast-paced, digital world.
An introductory session for business and technology leaders
Cognitive-based organizations have adopted artificial intelligence technologies and integrated AI-solutions into the core areas of their business. Transforming a business with AI begins with a clear understanding of AI, key technologies, and use cases. Integrating AI into your business is not only a viable and realistic option, but it can also be a key to the future success of your business.
In this webinar, you will learn about what the words AI actually imply, and how it differs from other analytics-based solutions.