SODA Social – AI: A brief history of tomorrow
A core part of AI is to create technology that can help machines mimic the human ability to perceive the world around us.
By 2025, 95% of customer interactions will take place via bots. From AI apps and agents to knowledge mining, machine learning, and live AI demos. We held our first SODA Social of the decade in Dublin, and what an absolute success that was had by all. We kicked things off with Alessandro Prest the Co-Founder at LogoGrab, who spoke about how to build useful AI that works; ‘know when you hit the right combination of accuracy and usefulness without running out of money’. Peter Elger, Founder at fourTheorem, discussed commoditization and how and when we can leverage commodity AI services, looking at some of the AI services that are available from the major providers and how these can be applied. Tim Bøgh Morthorst, Robotics, and cognitive automation manager at Deloitte declared ‘with great power, comes great responsibility’, discussed the importance of an operating model in securing AI responsibility. Gianpaolo Valero, Data and AI Specialist at Microsoft trainingen talked about Microsoft’s vision on approaching AI with real-life cases and a live demo involving members of the audience.
A core part of AI is to create technology that can help machines mimic the human ability to perceive the world around us. Do you think AI will get to the point of human cognition?