21 reasons businesses need to adopt AI right now

AI for Enterprise

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NASA has had one of the most important and unique roles in major scientific discoveries to date. From space exploration to climate studies, the organisation has maintained an innovative and dynamic approach to science research. 

However, it’s this very fact that has led NASA to invest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) capability. For example, in the earth science portfolio alone, there is approximately more than seven petabytes of data – and it’s increasing. 

Ahead of AI for Enterprise 2016, Dr Chris Mattmann, Principal Data Scientist & Chief Architect – Instrument & Data Systems Section, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), shares exclusive insight into how the organisation is implementing and using AI to increase efficiency in data preparation and analysis, in support of science research activities.