That's why we are putting the focus on AI and machine learning in our upcoming AllAnalytics Academy. This series of five webinars, June 6, 7, 13, 14, and 15, will drill down into particular topic areas around these technologies to help you prepare yourself and your organization for the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The series begins on Tuesday, June 6, at 2 pm ET/11 am PT with a focus on use cases. It can be inspiring and encouraging to see the technologies you are investigating put to work in other organizations. When it comes to AI and machine learning, the possibilities are many and grow every day. Here are just a few of the potential use cases for AI and machine learning that we've seen over the last few years:
Cybersecurity. Cyberattacks today can cost companies millions of dollars in fines and settlements with consumers, and can even cost top executives their jobs. Remember the Target breach a few years ago? Machine learning may be able to help. Networks generate huge volumes of log data. Machine learning excels at recognizing patterns in huge volumes of data. Therefore, this technology is well suited to detect anomalies in those patterns as a way to detect attacks and threats.
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Credit fraud detection. The same sort of pattern and deviation technology can be applied to detecting fraud in financial settings. Machine learning can look for patterns and detect subtle changes to behavior. That's why you may get a phone call from your credit card company alerting you of a potential security problem before you even see those charges from a trip you didn't take on your card statement.
Diagnosing health issues. Healthcare organizations are testing the ability of machine learning systems and AI to identify cancer and other life-threatening conditions in medical imaging such as mammograms. The idea is that these technologies can look at many more such scans than human doctors can to diagnose problems sooner so they can be treated sooner.
Creating personalized marketing. Marketers have been adopting advanced analytics technologies at a rapid rate, which is why you may see the same advertisements follow you at every web site you visit. This type of technology enables marketers to craft and send the most effective message to you.
Recommendation engines. From Amazon to Netflix, companies are paying attention to the things you like so that they can recommend more similar things to you.
These are just a few of many many use cases for machine learning and AI.
Capgemini's Alex Vayner will take you through some of the possibilities for your organization to explore, such as cognitive computing, digital assistants, robots, advanced predictive analytics, and recommendation engines. These use cases and others, employed across both business and consumer realms, are at the forefront of the coming AI and machine learning wave. We invite you to register for our first Academy session to learn more.