Artificial Intelligence Undergoes Transformation, According to New Mind Commerce Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
20 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently going through radical changes from silo service implementations to a utility function across a host of industry sectors as a form of the capability of artificial general intelligence (AGI). The latter is getting embedded and/or tied to a slew of applications, products, services, and solutions. Innovations in AI across a diversity of areas including personalised AI are projected to protect as well as support end-buyers.
Personal AI is expected to function as a form of AI mediator, offering a ‘Watcher’ function to mediate other AI programmes and AI-enabled systems.
This complete change is poised to have an enormous influence on public safety, security, and private for consumers, organisations, and government bodies.
New market research report “Artificial Intelligence Impact on Public Safety, Security and Privacy” created by Mind Commerce offers an assessment of the growth of AI, its usage across diverse verticals, and the related influence on public security, safety, and privacy.
The research study presents an all-encompassing, unbiased analysis of how AI influences public security, safety, and privacy. It contains a granular analysis of case studies of selective AI incentives pertaining to public security and safety. It gives an overview of the expansion of AGI and its use pertaining to public security, safety, and privacy. The report gives an all-round evaluation of AI incentives in businesses, government, professional associations, and universities. It offers detailed forecast figures for cognitive system and content analytics software, AI analytics and software technologies, AI public safety software solutions and systems, and AI software for fraud prevention. The report provides forecasts of the detection, risk control, and automated planning through to 2022.
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