Alpharetta companies have potential to use artificial intelligence

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Alpharetta companies may soon employ artificial intelligence as part of their business plans. In fact, it’s already begun. Local business leaders attended a panel discussion June 27 featuring four companies that already use AI in their work. Representatives at the Startup Connect event at the Alpharetta Innovation Center told attendees how the systems can help a business and some of the challenges they’ve encountered. Arul Murugan, CEO of Alpharetta-based Eleven Eleven Investments, hosted the panel discussion. Murugan said he sees a huge growth in the business application of systems that emulate aspects of human cognition. And while his company is in the early stages of adopting AI, he wanted to introduce the topic by bringing in representatives from other firms with more experience in the field. Murugan said the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which blends digital and physical worlds, is beginning. Using AI will allow Alpharetta companies to stay ahead of competition, he said. “Being in the forefront of technology adoption in the last decade and having the infrastructure and talent, Alpharetta companies are well positioned to use machine learning, Robotic Process Automation, Chatbots and advanced analytics,” he said. The panel included J.P. James of Atlanta-based Leap Credit, who…

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