Artificial Intelligence tools such as Google Assistant are only as good as the information you share with it. Artificial Intelligence at its core is automation based upon predictive analytics. Whether it is predicting the next word in a sentence, suggesting what movie or book you may like to watch or read next, predicting what wine … Continue reading Personalized AI Is Only As Good As The Personal Information You Share
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Will MSFT Copilot succeed where the company's first AI-powered assistant - Cortana - failed? Microsoft recently released a Cortana update which winds down the app in Windows 11. If you recall, Cortana failed to compete with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Copilot will be released across Windows 11 and will integrate with Bing Chat and … Continue reading Will Microsoft Copilot Succeed Where Cortana Failed?
The full promise of Large Language Models (LLMs) won't be delivered until LLMs are capable of understanding nuanced industry specific commercial data. Until such time, LLMs will be productivity enhancers (think Google Assistant), capable of automating routine tasks but incapable of operating complex processes. In order for the above to happen, LLMs will need to … Continue reading The Full Promise of Large Language Models
Back in March 2019 we wrote about the future use of NLP-powered applications across various industries - in particular Financial Services (our 2019 TEK2day article HERE). Microsoft (MSFT) is bringing natural language capability to its Productivity suite - Microsoft 365. This natural language offering has a name: "Copilot". We include an example of Copilot deployed … Continue reading NLP & Productivity Apps: Microsoft Copilot
AWS, Azure and GCP are to thank in large part for the proliferation of applications powered by broadly-defined AI. The big three remote server platforms have made it increasingly easy for companies of all sizes from all industries to build applications that incorporate core AI, machine learning, deep learning and related capabilities. A wide variety … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Is Electricity 2.0