How Machine Learning Changes the Rules of Business and Information Management

Paul Gillin

Machine Learning is here, and for many industries and disciplines, things will never be the same again. This category of artificial intelligence enables computers to tackle many tasks that are too complex for humans, such as analyzing millions of healthcare records in search of adverse drug interactions or extracting data from paper documents that can be loaded into digital databases.

The ability of machines to understand documents and images will require changes in the way we manage and govern information. The Association for Information and Image Management recently completed a study of corporate decision-makers and found that more than four in five consider machine learning to be key to their future technology and business plans.

In this podcast John Mancini, Chief Evangelist and Past President of AIIM, and Jim O’Dorisio Senior Vice President of emerging commercial applications at Iron Mountain, dissect the findings of the research and predict what will be some of the biggest impacts of machine learning on the way we do business.

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