Can information be intelligent at all? What exactly is artificial intelligence? Are we already using AI today? Should we be afraid of it? What about ethics? Do we still have a role to play? Andy McDonald gets to the bottom of these and other burning questions.
Latest posts by Andy McDonald (see all)
- Will AI make our information intelligent? - 11 October 2019
- Context Prediction Is the Key for Conversational Chatbots - 27 October 2017
- What is Contextualization all About & Why is it so Important in Information 4.0? - 8 August 2017
At the Information Energy Day at tcworld in Suttgart, the level of exchanges between attendees and speakers demonstrates that chatbots are indeed the technology that a lot of companies are trying to embrace. It also confirmed that professionals from the techcomm world have a key role to play alongside the technologists putting them together.
Contextual help is a term that has been around for a long time, but until now it means little more than being able to deliver a block of information based on position to everyone, regardless of the task each is doing. While this is a laudable approach, it is far from the notion of contextualisation we would like to see emerge around Information 4.0.
About the meaning of contextualization in Information 4.0, content prediction and mapping knowledge & experience …