Three Big Game Changers: AI, Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning

Three Big Game Changers: AI, Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning

Gov CIO Outlook | Monday, February 18, 2019

AI and Big Data Analytics help in improving the organizations reduce costs, make faster and better decisions, create new products or services that satisfy the needs of its customer’s inconstant minds. AI has powered variously advanced techs such as predictive analytics and location intelligence with better supply chain and usage of data.

Supply chain and AI enforce quality over quantity for better execution of the system. The capacity of analyzing big cloud-based or information across the processes, sources and siloed systems of a company is more transformative with advanced upgrades. Such advancements lead to lower visibility adapting comprehensive analytics and employ cognitive technologies with full clarity in organizations.

Few Big Data Companies (DataStax, Innoplexus, Semantix )

Location intelligence, machine learning, and AI are becoming a core understanding of big data. IoTs or IIoTs have their huge role play in carrying the data with learning algorithms which can predict occurrences of actual profits. The logistics and statistics of Big Data and AI are increasing every day.  AI program in Road-snapping has helped Google Maps give accurate and reliable route plans of locations and traffic information.

3D simulations, using the digital copy of real machine learning and activities based on pattern recognition have helped logistics companies built their operations. AI-enabled tools used for location intelligence help in evaluating the demographics, massive amount of data before calculating newly proposed locations with every update of its applications.

Such potential combination of AI, Big data and machine learning is a boon to companies for their supply chains to cut costs and improve service facilities and levels. Predictive insights help AI-based devices to understand the algorithm patterns to give information in its real sense. Images put into an experiential algorithm of machine learning gives actual outcomes; for example, the pictures of a drone of seagrass sites.

AI can also analyze and lay out the history of current environmental conditions predicting the future and giving records of the past to learn. This behavior of analyzing patterns, in-store and online companies can channelize the right merch to the correct locations in response to market shifts. The supply chain can apply such predictive features o all its aspects. 

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