Insights

Artificial Intelligence: The Next Way to Think

j
By BlueSky Commerce
}
05.10.2017
Outsourcing Header

BlueSky Commerce Blog

Featured

Related Posts

HCL Commerce Featurette: Signals CDP

Welcome to this month's BlueSky Featurette where we dissect a feature of the HCL Commerce platform or in this case, a feature that is coming soon! HCL is introducing an open source customer data platform (CDP) called “Signals” to be included in the HCL Commerce...

read more

HCL Commerce Featurette: Marketplace

  Welcome to this installment of BlueSky's featurette series, where we break down a feature of the HCL Commerce platform. HCL continues to push the envelope when it comes to adding new functionality to the Commerce platform. This featurette highlights their newest...

read more

Have Questions?

Get In Touch

About the Author

BlueSky Commerce

BlueSky Commerce

Blending strategy, technology, marketing, and talent expertise to create solutions that fuel your business.
View BlueSky's Latest Articles:

Follow Us

Artificial Intelligence: The Next Way to Think

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming a staple in modern life. From helpful tools like Apple’s Siri and Android Assistant being at the ready anytime we have a question on-the-go and Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa available at the drop of a phrase at home, to IBM’s uber-sophisticated Watson now being used to explore and accomplish a multitude of tasks across many industries. The question that begs to be answered is ‘What’s next?’.

This sort cognitive computing inches closer and closer toward human-caliber thinking on a daily basis and is already being utilized within core business applications, including predicting market and customer behavior, automating repetitive tasks and providing alerts when things go awry. AI is quickly becoming the underpinning for many of our most impressive technological advancements. While not always attributed or marketed as such, AI assists in the control of familiar bleeding-edge tech like self-driving cars, chatbots, drones and robotics, biometrics and even 3D printing.

The AI industry is currently projected at $36.8 billion by 2025, which is up from $643.7 million estimate for 2016, according to Tractica, a marketing intelligence firm.

When asked to comment on the growth of AI in the coming years, the firm had this to say, “these technologies have use cases and applications in almost every industry and promise to significantly change existing business models while simultaneously creating new ones.”

eMarketer and IBM have compiled a thorough report on what AI is, how it differs to many, and what’s in store for its future.

Start the Conversation

BlueSky’s unmatched commerce expertise allows us to help our clients understand how to utilize omnichannel and business solutions to reach, attract, engage, and grow customers.

Related Posts

Talent:  Benefits of Hiring Talent Acquistion

Talent: Benefits of Hiring Talent Acquistion

Talent: 10 Benefits of Outsourcing Recruitment to a Third Party In today's competitive market, finding the specific talent that meets your company's requirements is more difficult than ever. It's also no secret that hiring new employees can be costly, time-consuming,...

Did you miss the HCL Commerce Global Summit in July?

Did you miss the HCL Commerce Global Summit in July?

Don't worry - BlueSky has got you covered! It was great to see old friends, partners, clients, and prospects at the House of Blues in Chicago last month. If you weren't able to attend this year, read on to catch up on what you missed! Over three days in Chicago, HCL,...

What to Consider When Hiring a Marketing Agency

What to Consider When Hiring a Marketing Agency

Lead generation and increasing sales take a strong marketing strategy and specific skill set. Therefore, effective marketing services are dependent on the people involved. Finding the perfect mix of talented marketers to add to your internal team or outside your...