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Predictions for Big Data in 2016

Posted By Roxanne Alexander, Wednesday, October 21, 2015

5 ways artificial intelligence and advanced analytics will shape the future of business.

Science fiction has delivered many irresistible visions of the always-distant future. A nearly ubiquitous feature of them all is the autonomous robot, a single machine with artificial intelligence (AI).


In reality, AI technology is neither a distant prophecy nor a discrete, robotlike machine. AI technology is taking root in the world right now, making 2016 the year fact and fiction will start to separate.

The year ahead will deliver many real-world applications of big data that deliver distributed machine intelligence that complements human ability. Through incremental process change, big data analytics will shape a future in which autonomous, intelligent, connected technology will make practical sense.

By making it possible to apply automation far more judiciously, big data allows machines and people to collaborate on decisions about processes and policy, leveraging the strengths of each.

Here are five critical business benefits we predict big data analytics will begin to deliver in 2016:

1.     Optimization of labor

2.     Choice in a multichannel world

3.     Orchestration of processes and policy management

4.     Automated personalization

5.     Greater instrumentation of data


To explore these predictions, pre-register now to receive “Predictions for Big Data in 2016,” which you can use to prepare your enterprise to benefit from advances in AI and business analytics.



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