WHAT TO EXPECT FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE NEAR FUTURE

March 19, 2019

AI is gaining momentum, fast. With incredible advancements in technology taking place by the second, it’s clear that the role AI will play in our immediate future will transform the way we live, work, and play. We’ve only just scratched the surface when it comes to what AI can actually do for us personally, professionally, and even for good. From medical breakthroughs, to a greener transport network, to regulating our energy consumption, AI’s disruption across almost every vertical of society isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

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ArcBest Technologies

ArcBest Technologies is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ArcBest Corporation (ARCB). Established in 1962, the role of ArcBest Technologies has grown along with the growth of ArcBest. The company assists ABF Freight and the other subsidiaries of the ArcBest Corporation in meeting their corporate goals by providing innovative and up-to-date information technology solutions for the business problems they encounter. ArcBest Technologies also provides information services to two customers outside the corporate family: Riverside Furniture and the City of Fort Smith.

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