On the fence about incorporating Artificial Intelligence into your business? Today we take a look at how many successful companies have already begun to incorporate AI into their business practices.
Validation and Trends:
Using deep learning models, businesses are training systems to automatically validate data or find trends on new data based on historical examples. For example, some businesses are using decades of data to identify the quality of employee captured data as it is input or find projects/tasks that are more profitable than others.
Many artificial intelligence bots now offer basic security features, such as timed lights, home management, and audio commands. Businesses today have begun to take advantage of these new features by turning their phones and laptops into mobile security stations, made possible using AI in the office. For example, office security cameras offer an advantage that traditional security systems do not provide. Receiving phone notifications triggered by the camera when a human enters the room (animals, bugs, debris will not prompt these notifications), businesses now have the ability to keep track the people coming and going.
While AI should not be your sole security procedure, it can offer an additional peace of mind (and the ability to turn off the radio at the office if you accidentally left it on).
AI has come a long way with understanding business needs, and they continue to adapt to the ever-changing business practices companies put into place. By doing so, AI has made automating tasks easier than ever. As AI grows and continues learning your business, businesses have begun deploying employee assistants and bots to help automate daily tasks, such as entering data (e.g., hours or expenses), getting statistics, or looking up enterprise data. With every new piece of information entered, bots are able to predict the tasks you’d like to accomplish next. Businesses are using this to their advantage by implementing auto-publishing of content, pulling & generating reports, and keeping up to date with their client needs. The ease of automation helps boost performance and reduce the risk of human error.
In conjunction with automation, AI makes scheduling deadlines, milestones, and meetings seamless with your existing business practices. One button push and a few words into a device is all you need to schedule a meeting with the team or gain access to upcoming events.
Not only can AI assist with scheduling, users can also use AI for reminders and notifications. For the overworked employee, having this off your brain can clear up space to tackle other pressing issues.
With AI hard at work with your automation, businesses are now turning to AI to assist with their marketing efforts as well. Marketers have begun to turn to AI for chatbots and auto responders to help keep engagement high on their social platforms. In addition, AI has the capability to quickly crawl the web for relevant and high engagement content, saving time finding the content you want to share with your audience.
AI also offers an advantage for client relationship management. Bots or digital assistants provide users the ability to look up information on attendees, subscribers, or clients, helping businesses to better prepare for meetings.
On the topic of chatbots, businesses have begun to incorporate AI chatbots not just in the marketing but also as a new layer of support. Customers can now receive immediate feedback for frequently asked questions through the use of chatbots. When a chatbot doesn’t have a readily available response, businesses have the ability link their AI bots with their online help systems for a fully functional and efficient support platform with ticketing.
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