What is Machine Learning and Why Does it Matter?

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November 16, 2017/0 Comments/by Bright Apps LLC Many individuals often use the terms artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning interchangeably, but they are separate entities. Machine learning falls under the umbrella of AI. AI is the general concept of machines performing functions in a smart way. For example, in the early days of AI, engineers built logical machines that could perform … Read More

AI Software Could Save the Government Billions in Hours and Dollars

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November 16, 2017/0 Comments/by Bright Apps LLC Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized how we work, how we research, and how we interact with businesses. It should come as no surprise that AI is making its way into the government as well. Government workers spend hours performing simple and repetitive tasks that, while necessary, consume time that could be spent on projects … Read More

What is Artificial Intelligence? Separating Fact from Fiction

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November 15, 2017/0 Comments/by Bright Apps LLC What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence (AI) provokes a variety of responses. Some people think of AI as the next logical technological progression. Others think AI is pure science fiction. Some believe AI is already part of their everyday lives. All of these beliefs are true; however, these individuals are referring to different classifications … Read More

Why you need to implement quantum technologies now!

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It was December 31, 1999 at 11:59 pm when the whole world waited for the moment when midnight would strike, and Y2K would crash the networked computers everywhere.  People around the world anticipated their biggest fears – what would happen with no air traffic control, power, water, or telephone communications networks that were all controlled by networked computer systems. Doomsday … Read More