Augmented & Artificial Intelligence (AI)
When it comes to the future of technology, it’s clear that artificial intelligence is the primary driver of possibilities and promise as the Fourth Industrial Revolution unfolds. However, as major IT companies have begun creating AI-driven technologies and capabilities, they’ve started to think about AI in an entirely new way. Rather than viewing AI as systems with the goal of replicating and surpassing human intelligence, experts in the field and leading research companies like our partners at IBM understand AI is better represented and produced as Augmented Intelligence, since these systems will enhance human capabilities, rather than aspire to replicate the full scope of human intelligence.
The strength of artificial intelligence lies in the data it interprets and the humans who adapt that analysis to business requirements. Artificial intelligence helps democratize data and improve analytics adoption for faster, accurate decision-making. Radical advances in computing power, predictive analytics, machine learning and AI have opened the door to a new generation of business analytics, creating actionable insight from complex data sets and proactively recommending follow through.
Grandview can help you to stay ahead of the competition by transforming your data into insights. Our team of experts are driven to help organizations improve their agility to make quicker, more intelligent decisions that create true business value. Grandview also enables the fast development and deployment of AI solutions allowing your organization to unlock the value effortlessly.
Watson helps you unlock the value of your data in entirely new, profound ways. By freeing your employees from repetitive tasks, you can empower your teams to focus on more creative, higher-value work. With insights from Watson, you can predict and shape future business outcomes, while rethinking your practices and workflows.
Financial services firms are data-intensive. The sheer volume of regulations and compliance requirements means tedious, time-consuming tasks that require human intelligence. Supplementing these processes with artificial intelligence shortens means less time being bogged down by repeatable analyses. In the financial sector, Watson use is typically geared toward its question and answer capabilities. By not only answering questions, but also analyzing them as well, Watson can help give financial guidance and help manage financial risk.
The medical field is the sector that is likely being impacted the most by Watson. For starters, Watson Health has taken residence at three of the top cancers hospitals in the US — Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Mayo Clinic — where it helps with cancer research and patient care. In terms of cancer research, Watson is speeding up DNA analysis in cancer patients to help make their treatment more effective. For physicians, Watson is helping with diagnoses. A dermatology app called schEMA allows doctors to input patient data and, using natural-language processing (NLP), helps identify potential symptoms and treatments. Additionally, Watson uses vision recognition to help doctors read scans such as X-rays and MRIs to better narrow the focus on a potential ailment.