If artificial intelligence (AI) goes according to plan, we’ll barely notice it taking hold. As a result, and despite the hyperbole, AI may be the quietest major computing revolution the world has ever known. What’s happening at one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals is a great example.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are opening up new ways for enterprises to solve complex problems. But they will also have a profound effect on the underlying infrastructure and processes of IT. According to Gartner, "only 4% of CIOs worldwide report that they have AI projects in production." That number will grow dramatically over the next few years.