“The AI in a Post-COVID-19 World report by GBSN Research recently found that three-quarters of business leaders have a positive outlook on AI and expect it will not only make processes more efficient but will also help create new products, services, and business models.
This is backed up by another report from management solutions provider OneStream, which found that the use of AI tools like machine learning has jumped from about 20% of enterprises in 2020 to nearly 60% in 2021.”
“A computer vision-enabled ‘NanoStore’ is speeding up the process of purchasing snacks, beverages and merchandise at this year’s Indianapolis 500 auto race.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based autonomous technology provider AiFi is partnering with Verizon Business and Penske Entertainment to operate a customizable, portable “NanoStore” at the 2021 Indianapolis 500.
The currently open pop-up store uses AiFi computer vision technology and the Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband network to offer a ‘just walk out’ shopping experience.”
“According to Eifrem, Gartner analysts are seeing explosive growth in demand for graph. Back in 2018, about 5% of Gartner’s inquiries on AI and machine learning were about graphs. In 2019, that jumped to 20%. From 2020 until today, 50% of inquiries are about graphs.
Google’s PageRank is probably the best-known graph algorithm, helping score web page authority.”