Artificial intelligence 61

Artificial intelligence, as a class of intelligent devices, will have broad, non-territorial applications, but in particular, it's likely to prove very helpful in the management field.

If you think about it, the only problem with traditional management tools is they're expensive, require a certain amount of skill to use, and take a long period of time to get right.

If the goal were to reduce costs in all management endeavors, then we'd expect to see some sort of AI-assisted management move into the forefront of the workforce. And this isn't all that surprising, given the potential to cut down on human error.

So where do we stop, here? The short answer is that there aren't any single-purpose AI applications (or software engineering ones) that everyone could agree on. There's plenty of room for many specialized AI applications, where one is capable of being tailored to a specific business goal.

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