Source | enterprisersproject.com
The expanding universe of artificial intelligence includes many terms and technologies. That naturally leads to overlap and confusion. AI and machine learning are mentioned together so often that some people – non-technical folks especially – might think they’re one and the same. They’re related but not actually interchangeable terms: Machine learning is a subset, or a specific discipline, of AI.
That’s a relatively straightforward example. Start adding other terms and technologies into the mix – deep learning is yet another subset of machine learning, for instance – and the opportunities abound for further misconceptions.
Deciphering the differences between terms and technologies takes a twist with robotic process automation (RPA) and AI. We’re going to break it down so you can explain it – even to non-technical audiences.