For years, companies have relied on data to make decisions about the future of their business. In the past, data-based choices might have involved noticing that you got more sales on a product when you used a particular kind of packaging and adjusting your strategy accordingly. For the most part, the data that companies used in the past was mostly unstructured, because we didn't have the tools available today to track business performance.
From virtual assistants like Google Home to self-driving cars and smart houses, artificial intelligence and machine learning are two concepts transforming the relationship between man and machine. Machine learning has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting technologies in the market, affecting everything from mobile applications to business service.