- It seems there is a new, hyperbolic vendor announcement about applying Artificial Intelligence and/or Machine Learning (AI/ML) to data management daily.
- So, the question is, where are these vendors getting their training sets that make their AI useful to solve your data management problems?
- In the world of data management, the best source of training sets comes from metadata.
- All this data provides a wealth of information for AI/ML to make suggestions and recommendations that will boost productivity of users.
- If you would like to cut short a vendor evaluation, here are some questions to ask the vendor claiming to have AI integrated with their data management solution: – – Just the first two or three questions should be enough to save you from an hour of “Death by PowerPoint.”…
AI for Data Management: Making Sense of Vendor Claims
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- Additionally, we announced a new promotion specifically for partners reselling our Data Security solutions.
- Informatica offers solutions to help partners help their customers with both “Detect” (Discovery and Classification) and “Protect” (Data Masking, Encryption or other 3rd party tools)
Best of all, Informatica is relying on you, our partners, to drive this strategy within our joint customer base.
- Additionally, on the May Partner Pulse Webcast, we launched our Data Security Promotion for partners!
- This includes additional front-end and back-end margin and rebates for partners who identify and close data security opportunities.
- You can listen to the replay of this webcast here and get the details of our Data Security promotion and solution portfolio on PARC, our partner portal.
Partner Opportunities in Data Security- We’ve got the enablement materials, sales tools and marketing programs to help get you started.
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- Moving beyond a back-end tool for the enterprise, artificial intelligence (AI) is taking on more sophisticated roles within technology interfaces.
- From autonomous driving vehicles that use computer vision, to live translations made possible by machine learning, AI is making every interface both simple and smart–and setting a high bar for how future experiences will work.
- AI is poised to act as the face of a company’s digital brand and a key differentiator – and become a core competency demanding of C-level investment and strategy.
See how Artificial Intelligence plays a wide range of increasingly sophisticated roles in creating better customer interactions at the user interface (UI).
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- New Delhi, Most customers are confused about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and are, therefore, reluctant to embrace this new technology, a study said on Friday.Released by US-based software firm Pegasystems, it revealed that these fears are often eased once the users gain firsthand AI experience — which ironically many enjoy without even realising it.
- “Our study suggests the recent hype is causing some confusion and fear among consumers, who may not really understand how it’s already being used and helping them every day,” said Don Schuerman, Vice President (Product Marketing) Pegasystems.The study that involved 6,000 customers in six countries found that consumers were hesitant to fully embrace AI devices and services.
- “Only 36 per cent are comfortable with businesses using AI to engage with them.
- Almost 72 per cent express some sort of fear about AI,” the study found.Twenty four per cent of respondents even worried about robots taking over the world.Interestingly, 34 per cent of respondents said they had directly experienced AI but when asked about the technologies they used it was revealed that 84 per cent actually used at least one AI-powered service or device.Seventy two per cent respondents confidently claimed they understood AI but very few could correctly define it.
- “Though AI has been around for more than 30 years, it has now evolved to the point that businesses can engage with each individual consumer on a real-time, one-to-one basis,” Schuerman said.Businesses need to focus on using AI to develop applications that provide real value for customers to improve their experiences rather than overhyping the technology itself, the findings suggested.
Most customers are confused about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and are, therefore, reluctant to embrace this new technology, a study said o..
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- The Pegasystems survey of 6,000 customers across six countries found that close to three quarters (68%) of Brits express some sort of fear about AI, with almost one quarter (23%) worried about robots taking over the world.
- Further findings revealed the potential impact of these deep-rooted fears on businesses, with less than one in three (28%) of British consumers comfortable with businesses using AI to engage with them.
- Robots and AI were also found to confuse consumers, with the survey exposing a basic misunderstanding of AI.
- Less than a quarter (23%) of UK consumers who report no AI experience feel at ease with businesses using AI to engage with them.
- But for UK AI consumer veterans, this number jumps to 56% – a full 33 points higher.
A Pegasystems survey has revealed the extent of consumer AI fears, with almost one quarter (23%) of Brits were worried about robots taking over the world.
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