5 AI Trends to Watch in 2020

| January 17, 2020

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is embedded in our everyday lives. AI technologies have become so advanced that it’s not uncommon nowadays to be in contact with them without fully realizing it. In the enterprise, AI solutions such as Process Intelligence (IQ) have witnessed a staggering adoption rate and have significantly transformed how processes are monitored and managed across an organization. As AI continues to scale in 2020, it will continue to have a significant impact on our lives, both in the workplace and outside of it.

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