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AI can be applied in two different yet equally important and complementary ways: vertically and horizontally. In layman’s terms, vertical AI is applied to a specific problem in a specific industry. It is trained exclusively on that industry-specific data. On the other hand, horizontal AI can be applied across different industries and is able to handle multiple tasks.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere in our daily life —from self-driving cars and personal assistants, to chatbots and CRM systems. Alongside the growing popularity of AI, the number of myths is growing as well. In this article we will present to you the most common ones and the reality behind them.
Regular software works much like a calculator, every time the result is the same for the same input data. However, machine learning software works more like a human brain – the more data it receives and reads the better the results.
Food manufacturers instead of manually sorting large amounts of food by size and shape, they can use AI-based solutions to easily recognize for example which plants should be potato chips and which are better to use for French fries.