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Last Updated: 05. November 2018

12 Actionable Tips on How to Leverage Artificial Intelligence in a Small Business

AI Is No Longer Just for Big Businesses

Even though Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Automation have been around for quite some time, they are still at an early stage of development. Some consider these trends a “dark art”, meaning that they require specialised skills and technology to build an AI application. This is why small businesses think that they simply don’t have the capacity to implement Artificial Intelligence yet.

The good news is that there are affordable, easy-to-use tools on the market that use Artificial Intelligence. They are low hanging fruits for a small business who want to increase productivity with the same number of people and amount of time.

Most of the AI tools on the market are not one-size-fits-all solutions, but Market Inspector handpicked some of the best softwares and applications that are accessible and applicable with any business capacity. Whether you are looking to improve marketing, HR, sales, customer service, or IT performance, some of the services mentioned in the infographic can make your business life sweeter and less exhausting.

Artificial Intelligence for Small Businesses

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There is a growing number of free artificial intelligence courses including The Elements of AI by Helsinki University and Google AI. They aim to teach you everything from basics to advanced implementation to help you apply AI technologies regardless of technological expertise.

If you want to understand and make good use of the AI technology, you still have to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. The key is to have the right mindset, tackle the change step-by-step, and be open to use big data to grow your businesses.