The portrait of artificial intelligence that the film industry paints features polished, albeit conflicted, protagonists. Films such as “The Terminator” and “Ex Machina” center around attractive, humanized robots who go off the rails and threaten their makers. In real life, however, AI is an integral part of our everyday lives that should be a little less intimidating.
As AI leaps out of the lab and into our factories and offices, it can streamline and enrich processes to such an extent that companies using AI are better positioned for long-term growth than those that don’t.
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