insideBIGDATA Guide to Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning

| July 21, 2017

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Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning is transforming the entire world of technology, but AI isn’t new. It has been around for decades, but AI technologies are only making headway now due to the proliferation of data and the investments being made in storage, compute and analytics technologies. Much of this progress is due to the ability of learning algorithms to spot patterns in larger and larger amounts of data. In this insideBIGDATA Guide to Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning, we provide an in depth look at AI and deep learning in terms of how it’s being used and what technological advances have made it possible.

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