Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are terms that are being introduced in the telecom space —in general, in the enterprise— because they offer many advantages to do certain tasks. The author of the post argues that both machine learning and the human workforce will complement each other. However, once the article advances explaining some of the complicated things machine learning will do, we must wonder if humans will truly be the ones supervising this machines or if we will become useless, or, well, only useful to commit fraud to make sure machines keep learning how to fight it.
Machine learning: The latest weapon in the fight against fraud
In recent months, machine learning has become somewhat of a buzzword, with major players such as Google highlighting the positive impact it can have for businesses.
Defined as a subset of artificial intelligence, machine learning focuses on the development of computer programmes that can teach themselves, and grow and change in response to new data. With 90% of the world’s data having been created in the last two years alone, the ability to develop automated processes to efficiently adapt to new information is invaluable … Keep reading the original blog post here
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