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Can Artificial Intelligence ease up business processes?

Since last two millennia, the so-called intelligent species of the planet Earth has been obsessed with technological possibilities and their implications in real- time. At first, it was often a surprise then slowly adaption of such technologies started to emerge. With time, more enhancements were taken place, a series of continuing series of advancements made available for commercial as well as personal use. It started all started with integrated circuits and their ability to transfer data to storage devices. Further with the invention of computers, mobiles, and Ethernet, it was a clear indication that technology has moved one step ahead.
Internet is the new big thing’-Bill Gates
This revolutionary big thing has opened up the gates for every technical hobbyist to reach out the various possibilities that are being offered. With the integration of information technology in various sectors, there has been seen an increase in work efficiency and mobility at the same time.
AI; Single-Handedly Driving Enterprises Smarter
Meanwhile, most of the intellectuals, term Artificial Intelligence as the future of information. AI—uses the highly developed programs which use machine learning as the key element to solving out any issues on its own.
Currently, artificial intelligence is at pre-developing state, but soon it will be the most prominent thing in the market. It’s a vast field to explore and so are its implications. One of such implications is utilization in smart cities. Smart cities are the concept of how future cities will replicate the technological aspects of the ease-up the standard of living. And, artificial intelligence is playing a crucial role in developing the smart city amenities; mostly amenities are anyhow AI-oriented. The most preferred technological ecosystem in a smart city is IT integrations, Telecom, Energy and Infrastructure, Governance and Building Automation. These key elements merge together to fulfill the technological needs of the smart city.
Building a foundation on Artificial Intelligence
Infrastructure is the backbone of any enterprise; it determines the path on which and how a company marches. Enterprise Infrastructure describes itself mainly into implications of AI-oriented IOTs into the building of an enterprise while another one is totally based on IT infrastructure.
However, the enterprises are implementing next-generation applications platform which mainly includes machine intelligence and modern infrastructure. Machine intelligence includes most prominent advanced technologies like the Internet of Things, Machine Learning, and Cognitive Computing. Implications of such technologies are not only benefiting an enterprise by better processing but also, helping to generate more revenue by increasing the efficiency. Meanwhile, the utilization of IoTs has been increased commercially as well as for personal, in last few years. These IoTs are reshaping the world in their own terms, and with the inclusion of AI into IoTs the stakes of technological advances are raised much higher. Where the continuous development of machine learning is clearly an indication that the days of the perfect autonomous system are not so far.
On the other hand, Modern Infrastructure—mainly includes Containers, Serverless Computing, and Edge Computing. The future of IT infrastructure in an enterprise depends on the strong groundwork laid by containers. Also known as Software Containers are small containerized package images which itself includes everything required to run. Along with containers, the rise of container orchestration, cloud-native architectures, container-defined-networking and container-defined-storage are surely leading the enterprises to the new phase of infrastructure. Whereas, cloud computing has portrayed infrastructure in more diverse manner. Cloud computing is way more different than the modern infrastructure; it drives infrastructure management by implementing attributes like self-service, elasticity, pay-by-use, and automation as well. Meanwhile, modern infrastructure is more often driven by the business issues which cloud alone cannot resolve. As the containers are receiving more admiration from enterprises, soon the next generation infrastructure will be known as Container as a Service (CaaS) rather than Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Along with that, Edge Computing and Serverless Computing are providing users with a gratifying clouding system for better business processes.
Such advanced technologies have that needed potential to drift the future of digitalization to next level. AI offers numerous benefits to the enterprises, and integrating them into their systems will give an advantage over the competitors. Hopefully, such phenomenal creation will act as a benchmark for future innovations.
– Bhushan Ghate