Artificial intelligence has played a significant part in redrawing the landscape of healthcare, and promises to change the future for the better. Today, AI is used to more accurately detect early-stage diseases, such as cancer, by interpreting data and information. It also helps people keep well through consumer health applications, assists in drug-research projects, deliver better and more targeted end-of-life care and ensure comprehensive training for doctors and clinicians.
In the retail sector, artificial intelligence provides personalized recommendations to potential customers and also helps analyze trends and marketing data for companies to better target their markets. It is also used in stock management by retail firms.
By analyzing data and information in factories, artificial intelligence can absorb data as fast as it is produced, meaning it can deliver forecasts for loads and demand. It can also help to identify inefficiencies in supply chains and internal networks between machines, allowing for process to be refined.
Other areas of use include:
- Sport science
- Financial services