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The fourth industrial revolution, much like the first three, has the potential to increase income levels and improve quality of life across the globe. Something to look forward to, but what exactly is it?
Here's a blog post covering some of the most frequently asked questions we get on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, or Cognitive Computing. We start off with "What is Machine Learning?" and finish off by addressing some of the fears and misconceptions of Artificial Intelligence. So, what is machine learning? A simple search on Google for the answer will yield many definitions for it that leave most non-analytical people confused and entering more "What is..." statements into Google. So, I asked our Head of Marketing to try his hand at defining Machine Learning in the most simplistic way he can: explain Machine Learning to someone you've just met at a social gathering. Here's his definition - a "Machine Learning for Beginners' " definition if you will.
Capacity management describes a company's ability to meet present and future demands for its products and services. This involves a wide set of roles, responsibilities, processes and functions that all depend on their successful execution and interplay between one another. Although the working parts are many, the end goal behind capacity management is a shared one: to beat the competition in delivering the best products and services to the customer.