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Machine Learning Can Teach Your Workforce

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are making their way into the business in a big way. Every time you speak to the executives of big or small companies, you will not end the conversation without hearing their plans for investment in machine learning (ML) or artificial intelligence (AI). One of the areas that have benefited immensely from ML/AI is human resource management. Although this sector has experienced significant changes in the past few years due to the evolution of technologies, arguably, none of them has transformed HR like AI and ML. Here are some ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping in human resources:


Machine Learning Proves Challenging - Still

Technology and science fascinate us, there are innovations and discoveries that push the boundaries of science every year and has made artificial intelligence a concept we are much familiar to these days. Although more of the usage of applied AI (applied machine learning), which obviously requires skills, resources, and knowledge going beyond data science present a challenge usually absent in the academic and scientific research settings.


Machine Learning Costs Real Money  

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are fast becoming common in many organizations today. Owing to their capability to turn around fortunes for businesses, many organizations have implemented machine learning projects in different areas of their operations. When it comes to estimating the cost of machine learning projects, many enterprises often face difficulties. However, this should not be the case. Estimating the cost of such a project should be straightforward if done procedurally. In a world where technology is highly in demand and dynamic, requirements often change midway through the project. This leads to development and feature changes, integration issues, and many others.


Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS) Coming On Strong

Machine learning has indeed grown over the past decade into a game-changer for many businesses and enterprises. For this reason, it has been tailored to solve numerous problems and offer solutions for data scientists in different areas. As machine learning technology matures up from the hype cycle into a more comprehensive and valuable technology that can address many issues today, we will see more developments in 2021 and beyond. The people in the technology sector will seek to entrench it into many aspects of human life. This technology is expected to grow during the decade with no signs of slowing down. Like the other software development areas, machine learning is increasingly attracting increasing attention. The Machine Learning-as-a-service (MLaaS) is one of the new areas that is coming out strong. 


These Things Are Changing with Machine Learning

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are no longer science fiction seen only in movies. They have evolved into some of the most influential technologies that touch almost any industry today. They are a driving force behind sectors such as autonomous driving cars, medical diagnosis, autonomous ships, and drones that are today part of a big plan to change militaries around the world. That said, there are many things in machine learning and artificial intelligence that we are yet to see. Here are some machine learning trends that will define 2021 and beyond.


Connect Your IoT Deployments to Machine Learning

As the number of internet-connected sensors continues growing due to increased applications in cars, planes, buildings, and home devices, businesses generate vast amounts of data. According to a study, there will be more than 50 billion IoT devices in the world by 2025. This is up from 9 billion in 2017. With this significant rise in data, tapping it to extract useful information is becoming a big challenge that traditional methods cannot meet. This is where machine learning (ML), one of the subsets of artificial intelligence (AI), comes into place.


Things You Might Not Know About Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence is already impacting the world in many ways. Many scientists have even compared it to the discovery of fire, although most of them differentiate the two on the creativity they need. While AI was a preserve of a few AI researchers and digital companies such as Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, that is no longer the case. AI has entered almost every industry, with nearly everyone now affected by this technology. Machine learning is one of the subsets of AI. It is based on algorithms that allow systems to learn on their own without relying on humans. 


Machine Learning Is Creating a Global Shift

Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are now considered some of the most groundbreaking inventions since the internet. We used to watch AI in movies and science fiction books, but it has now become a reality that we interact with in our daily lives. AI has become so famous to the extent that almost all technologies being invented today have some element of AI or machine learning. ML, a subset of AI, is an implementation of some abilities of humans. It enables people to carry out certain tasks by collaborating with smart software.


Machine Learning is Moving On in 2021

Although 2020 did not go exactly as expected, 2021 seems encouraging for many industries. For Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at large, experts predict that it will enter a golden age this year. With machine learning now top among the most sought after technologies, here is how machine learning will advance in 2021:


How Is Machine Learning Changing?

 Machine learning (ML) is altering the landscape of all segments and industries such as education, transport, healthcare, and entertainment, among others. It will impact operations in other areas such as housing, shopping and cars. This technology is used in robotic process automation and making predictions that give business decision-makers insight regarding operations. As machine learning technology continues advancing, here are some trends that prove that it is changing:


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