Digital Business Innovation With Smart Machines


Archived Published: 07 August 2014 ID: G00265758

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Summary

Some smart machine precursors or incomplete subsets may be enough to get started and enable early adopters to achieve an in-market advantage while others are still waiting for smarter, more mature offerings to appear. Act now by looking for business value, not ideal solutions.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • The Seven Properties of Smart Machines
      • 1. Deals With Complexity
      • 2. Makes Probabilistic Predictions
      • 3. Learns Actively
      • 4. Learns Passively
      • 5. Acts Autonomously
      • 6. Appears to Understand
      • 7. Reflects a Well-Scoped Purpose
    • How Much of Each Property Is Enough?
      • Priority Inbox
      • Autonomous Trucks
      • Smart Advisors
      • Natural Language Generator
    • Conclusion
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