Day by day, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are becoming increasingly popular with their use cases and applications spreading across all industries. All thanks to the organizations in various industries that are rapidly adopting applications of these emerging technologies. Businesses are now realizing the true power and significant value that can be obtained from implementing these technologies. But what is the main reason for such increased popularity of these technologies and how they are benefiting businesses? Let’s take a close look at few use cases of AI and ML across several industries to understand their common characteristics and finally analyse them through the perspective of quality engineering.
One thing the pandemic has done positively is that it has connected all the various industries to its core. The fashion industry is no stranger to this concept and it has taken one of the worst blows, facing a great decline in year-on-year growth. There is no wonder about the same since most non-essential retailers were forced to close doors in face of sustained lockdowns during the busiest shopping periods. For instance, the spring season and December last year in all leading markets like the US, UK, and the EU. We are still struggling with the pandemic where the second and third waves of virus breakouts in the US, EU, and Asia are threatening to derail businesses yet again. The road to recovery, especially for the fashion industry, will be slow, long, and arduous. Industry experts have projected a growth back to the pre-pandemic level by perhaps the 3rd quarter of 2022. The time is now for forward-looking retailers to seize the opportunity in order to reinvent themselves, chart a new map for the journey ahead while accelerating their growth trajectory by tapping into the following hottest trends in the fashion industry.
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Digital transformation has enabled organizations to make rapid adjustments while relying on their cloud architecture, modern security protocols, and agile company culture. It provided them with a wide range of business-enabling technologies that support vast new work-from-home environments while establishing virtualized business transactions and interactions. But there are a lot of companies, non-profits, and governmental entities that are still lagging in their digital initiatives, which is why they are struggling to adjust to the year's rapidly changing economic and social environment. It acted as an alarm for C-suite officers, warning them to stop dragging their feet on their digital transformation efforts since the companies that embraced digital transformation didn’t suffer much disruption in that environment. In the wake of COVID-19 disruption, more than two-thirds of boards of directors accelerated their digital business initiatives, and about half foresee changing their organizations' business model.
Technology has turned several of our dreams into reality. Telemedicine is one of them, which allows the remote diagnosis and treatment of patients by using telecommunications technology. Telemedicine makes use of the Internet to connect patients and providers with each other and it is continuously growing day by day. Terms like e-health, m-Health, and telehealth are often interchanged for telemedicine, but the deliverable remains the same: the connection and interaction between patient and caregiver with the help of technology.
The education sector all around the globe is shifting towards digitized learning and the Covid-19 outbreak has only accelerated the same. It is making a huge impact on the education system—from personalized learning experiences that help in improving engagement to reduced costs and frequently updated content for the learners. The adoption of technologies like the cloud has enabled file-sharing applications in addition to collaboration tools to aid learning. All the academic institutions are continuously collecting increasing amounts of data from the learners in order to enhance the learning experience and better serve their students. But is your data actually safe with these institutions? New data protection laws are bolstering the privacy rights of individuals in this modern data-driven landscape. This is why schools, colleges, universities, and e-learning providers—irrespective of their size and location— are now bound to comply with much stricter data privacy requirements. We are going to put light on some of the implications of data protection legislation on the education sector along with digital ethics and your privacy. It will help you become an informed individual and have more clarity about your rights in the education sector. But first, we need to understand what exactly compliance is.