What level of AI is right for your DAM?

| September 19, 2019

When you read about the artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities today’s DAM vendors offer, you’ll be faced with a myriad of choices. You’ll find everything from claims of automated, out-of-the-box AI to the ability to ‘train your own AI.’ To help make sense of these claims, I categorize AI into three buckets: generic, learned and self-learning AI. Generic AI is typically already in a DAM, and leverages standard AI services from companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, and others. The underlying technology works with pre-trained models and/or algorithms and is developed to work for generic content and vocabularies. Essentially, they speak a common language that most people—across companies, industries, etc.—can understand.
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A 2017 Crain's Best Places to Work and ninth consecutive honoree on the Inc. 5000 list, Myriad is a provider of best-in-practice Security, Mobility, SDN, and Cloud solutions. With over 10,000 global clients and nationwide distribution facilities, Myriad serves Fortune 500, Service Providers, Hosting and Big Data, Web 2.0, Retail, FinTech, Financial Services, and Manufacturing clients as a full-service, one-stop resource.

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Myriad Supply

A 2017 Crain's Best Places to Work and ninth consecutive honoree on the Inc. 5000 list, Myriad is a provider of best-in-practice Security, Mobility, SDN, and Cloud solutions. With over 10,000 global clients and nationwide distribution facilities, Myriad serves Fortune 500, Service Providers, Hosting and Big Data, Web 2.0, Retail, FinTech, Financial Services, and Manufacturing clients as a full-service, one-stop resource.

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