One element of the AI Design Sprint is
AI Card Deck
It’s 60 specific AI technologies each on a card sorted by category. Here’s a sneak peak of the categories.
Artificial intelligence refers to devices, software and systems that are able to learn and make decisions in almost the same manner as people.
Yes, we see AI very broadly.
We divided AI into nine categories, beginning from simple going to very complex:
AI finds and sorts information
AI finds specific data you are looking for among much data, and if you don’t know what you’re looking for, AI shows you the data most relevant for you. Furthermore AI groups data, like forming target groups for marketing.
AI understands the past and present
AI gains insights from much data by recognising patterns, in other words, seeing connections of different data. And it recognises anomalies, when some data is off, for example, a person committing fraud.
AI performs simple tasks
AI makes the life of customers easier by helping them with simple tasks, like finding and booking a flight. And AI make the life of employees easier by helping them with simple operational tasks, like doing the accounting or setting up of appointments.
AI enables machines and software to perceive the environment visually, the machine or software sees. From recognising objects to understanding what is happening in real time.
AI hears and talks
AI enables software and machines to hear and have meaningful conversations by voice with humans. AI “understands” the text you’re saying.
AI creates text, images and video, even products and software code.
Examples are fake videos of celebrities.
And art created by AI auctioned by Christies.
AI optimises complex processes
From optimising traffic routes and logistics, to optimising farming, production, and infrastructure. Including predictive maintenance and extreme personalisation.
AI predicts the future
AI prescribes specific actions to reach a desired outcome. AI helps businesses in their decision-making processes. Furthermore AI predicts demand, and the market.
AI controls machines, robots and vehicles
From simple household robots to assisting robots, to autonomous systems in production and self-driving cars. AI moves physical objects. Including self-driving vehicles, drones, and social robots.