SAN FRANCISCO, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Orange Silicon Valley has released a report focusing on how machine learning is transforming the enterprise.The report, 'Learning from Machine Intelligence' discusses why autonomous systems are now reaching high levels of performance, how the benefits of machine intelligence are driving real-time computing, and how machine learning can bring value to complex, enterprise-scale systems. Ultimately, the report paints a vivid picture of yet another wave of digital transformation: software is now capable of understanding human behavior and directly assisting the workforce.
This is a fundamental shift in the capability of software, from doing only what is asked of it, to making autonomous decisions based on behavioral models and context. Learning from Machine Intelligence report illustrates how this transformation is impacting the enterprise and enabling businesses to manage huge amounts of information in real-time by embedding fast learning directly into their infrastructure.
"This is an exciting moment in the realization of the value and progress of machine intelligence. While the idea is not new, enough computational power and data finally exists to make this a reality," says Georges Nahon, Orange Silicon Valley CEO. "We are already seeing a direct impact on many aspects of business, as machine learning has become both a topic in boardrooms and a key messaging point for new services."
The report shows numerous examples of industry giants commercializing machine intelligence as SaaS offerings, cloud APIs, and assistive features for connected devices. The report also highlights some of the most notable startups in the fast-moving and highly-funded market for deep learning and machine sensing.
Machine intelligence does more than just impact business – it's impacting everything that is connected and computational. Learning From Machine Intelligence shows how this next wave of digital transformation is now accelerating and spreading, and how it will change the way we think about business, IT, and intelligence itself.
A copy of Learning from Machine Intelligence can be found on the Orange Silicon Valley research site: www.OSVresearch.com
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