10 Artificial Intelligence trends to watch out for in 2021
If you do a quick search of the AI trends today you’ll see the term hyper-automation mentioned a number of times.
And you might be asking yourself what it means and what’s its place among AI trends?
Let’s first begin by looking at what hyper-automation actually is, how it ties into trends in artificial intelligence, then finish by looking at other popular trends in AI that you should look out for.
However, if you want a more detailed explanation of these trends then check out a more in-depth article by devCount.com.
Now, for starters, hyper-automation derives from the term automation… which simply means to automate a process.
When we put this in business terms, hyper-automation is the process where you use artificial intelligence to dynamically identify repetitive processes in business that need automation and then develop bots to automate these processes.
It’s like you are automating automation. This is possible thanks to advanced technologies like RPA (robotic process automation) and ML (machine learning).
Any business that is looking to stay relevant or get ahead of the competition is always looking to accelerate, streamline and redesign its processes. It is for this reason that hyper-automation is now picking ground as a trend in AI because it helps business achieve exactly that.
For example, you could use RPA, together with AI, to make customer support response more efficient by automating repetitive tasks like pulling client information from different systems whenever a call comes in through the call centre.
In this infographic, we’ll look at some of the most popular applications of AI that, just like hyper-automation, have been trending in 2021 so far.
Unlike hyper-automation which is relatively new, some of these trends like the use of AI in healthcare have been around for a while but are still the centre of attention of innovators and investors.
To find out more about these interesting AI trends in 2021, check out the infographic below.
Courtesy of: devCount.com