9 Reasons Why Artificial Intelligence is Important Now

N/A | May 31, 2019

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Artificial intelligence and deep learning expert Andrew Ng probably said it best when he described artificial intelligence as the new electricity. In saying this, he demonstrated his belief that AI will soon power most of our activities in society and business, drastically changing the ways we work and live.

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