AI will solve the challenge of unstructured data, says IBM

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Unlike humans, AI struggles to understand context like emotions
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Unlike humans, AI struggles to understand context like emotions

Text, images and voice are difficult for computers to process - but artificial intelligence is making contextual understanding a possibility

 The vast majority of data - as much as 80 per cent - is not set up for machine processing, making it a key problem for businesses; and AI is the key to making this unstructured data useful, says I...

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