EVERYTHING from mobile devices, to home appliances, and even in classrooms; artificial intelligence (AI) is powering a huge part of our daily lives.
Thanks to the reducing cost of hardware and services, AI has become more accessible to businesses. Cloud computing and neural networks are more readily available, driving adoption of technologies like facial recognition, computer vision, and natural language processing (NLP).
This is the same for the media industry. Even moderate-sized media companies are migrating to intelligent systems. However, implementing AI isn’t like plugging in a USB drive; there are many factors a broadcaster must consider before embarking on AI projects.
Arnaud Elnecave, Vice President of Marketing, Dalet, shared with Tech Wire Asia in an interview, about the common traps businesses fall into when dealing with AI.