Following their podcast debut, Radu Orghidan and Boris Cergol discuss the requirements, advantages and challenges of Artificial Intelligence projects and share their perspectives on things as diverse as the relationship between people and AI as well as the future applications of edge cognitive computing.
Radu Orghidan explains the technology and processes used during a virtual hackathon to test if a solution could be developed for a travel insurance client to automate the translation of medical forms in several languages, and how the team were supported by Microsoft.
Radu Orghidan, Vice President of Cognitive Computing, uses Google’s 3D Animals app as an entry point into discussing the processes and technical aspects required to make such AR experiences exist, how ML can improve these kinds of applications, and the optimal team types required to generate and deploy peak-performing AR apps which result in tight connections with end users.
In the second part of his article, Radu presents a comparison between the tools offered by major cloud providers, highlighting the most important AI functionalities, together with the differentiation factors of each vendor.
In this two-part blog, Radu offers a structured view of the commercial AI cloud solutions currently on the market using a trifold perspective according to the business focus areas, the technologies driving AI and the start-up situation in 2019 and offers a set of guidelines for a successful cognitive computing approach.
As we move closer towards a digital version of reality, Radu explores the way AI is creating a new philosophy within technology and how to select the right tools to succeed against your business objectives in the long term.