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E-book: A dummy’s guide to Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a new buzz concept in the IT worlds, but what does it really imply for future business? Well, the exponential growth of data is well known. Nowadays is data analysis more than just a practical composition. Did you know that strong evidence suggests that companies using analytics outperformed their peers easily? AI is the way to unlock the value of that data. The reality is that the public already interacts with AI on a regular of not daily basis.

This e-book provides a summary of what AI is and helps you understand a few of the key pieces of terminology. But you will also find out how AI enables new solutions and develops the world we experience. 

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