Where is machine learning headed in 2016?

Smarter mobile apps, intelligent digital assistants and democratisation of artificial intelligence are what we can expect next year when it comes to machine learning, according to analysts. Mark Koh from Frost & Sullivan said machine learning next year will become more prevalent in mobile applications and move beyond the big guns of driverless cars, robotics and drones. “Enterprise apps, productivity apps, and mobile apps will become increasingly smart by embedding learning capabilities or other forms of AI into the apps,” he told CIO. “For example, increasing use of NLP [natural language processing], machine vision and voice interface.” Ian Bertram from Gartner said more digital personal assistants underpinned by machine learning will come onto the scene next year, and that we are going to start seeing more industry-specific digital assistants that…


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