AI Application Comparisons Articles and Reports
Explore head-to-head comparisons of artificial intelligence products and applications, including applications for marketing, finance, and other sectors.
In 2013, a McKinsey report noted that over 85 percent of Amazon sales revenue was generated from personalized recommendations. Since then, the use of personalized recommendations has grown. On average, today’s personalized recommendations account for 27-percent of retail site revenue, according to a recent Salesforce report.
The healthcare industry is evolving into an increasingly digital environment, and as a result cybersecurity continues to be a top priority for protecting sensitive data such as financial records and patient medical records.
A 2017 Nielsen report titled “Young and Ready to Travel (and Shop)” revealed that the millennial generation travels more than any other generation, including Baby Boomers. The report suggests that, unlike previous generations, the travel industry will need to shift in order to cater to the millennial’s unique preferences and “lack of predictability.”
Developments in artificial intelligence have had global banks recently integrate online chatbots into their websites and mobile apps. Smaller, newer banks are following this example. The gaining popularity of chatbots could be considered surprising for an industry that handles other people’s wealth and perceives security as top priority.
Just as chatbots are being created for consumers in the hospitality and fast-food industries, technology companies are also serving those restaurants that wish to take advantage of this emerging technology to better their customer service and maximize their productivity—and profitability.
Despite the emergence of chat apps and social media over the past decades, email has continued to thrive. A 2017 study from Radicati marketing research claimed that email accounts were expected to reach 4,920 million by the end of 2017, a number that has not changed much since 2013, and that about 100 billion business emails are sent daily.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the array of mental disorders include depression, bipolar affective disorder, schizophrenia and other psychoses, dementia, intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders including autism.