Two terms we often hear in the news. Two important terms for the future. Two terms often get synonymously used, but is that correct? To make it short. It’s not correct and to find out the differences and the details, I created the graphic AI versus ML.
This is part of my new series called The Versus, where I try to cover the what, why, how, who and when. You find all my The Versus graphics like XDR versus SIEM, WAF versus EDR, SaaS versus PaaS or Blackhat versus Whitehat on my page here, or just by clicking The Versus in the top navigation.
“Despite the global impact of COVID-19, 47% of artificial intelligence (AI) investments were unchanged since the start of the pandemic and 30% of organizations actually planned to increase such investments” – Gartner
AI is starting to deliver on its potential and its benefits for businesses are becoming a reality. This is just another reason why this infographic / poster / one-pager is useful. Enough written, time for the graphic, and as always, you find a link to the high-resolution picture as well as PDF for free download.
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Download the AI versus ML infographic
My infographic section has become one of my most popular ones. It includes the “The new Defender” as well as “Microsoft 365 Defender Guide” for your security guys out there. They even cover two comics and of course services like Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Forms, Stream, Planner, and many more. In addition, The Versus offers another perspective comparing two similar terms.
Well, then my Microsoft Roadmap Roundup podcast is something for you. In only ~4 minutes, you get a weekly flashback on what happened on Microsoft’s roadmap. Available in German and English here and also everywhere you can listen to podcasts.
Today, there are over 30 episodes in two languages. That’s it, stay healthy and see you soon, don’t be afraIT!