There's a lot of misconceptions out there about AI and what it's capable of doing. It isn't magic, but it can produce amazing results for your business.
In short, AI makes systems capable of adapting and improving processes and situational responses over time. You've likely already had AI improve your everyday life with things like personalized movie suggestions based on your past viewing habits or when your phone's map app seems to know when you're about to drive home. When things just seem smart or personalized just for you, that's usually because of AI working behind the scenes. Now it's time to apply that same intelligence to your business.
Your business should care about AI because it can mean increased productivity for employees and a better overall experience. Imagine if your systems could anticipate employee needs, help them find exactly what they're looking for, or automate some of their busywork. That would translate to hours saved and happier, more productive employees.Read Talla's Guide to Understanding AI
AI is not a one-size-fits-all technique that can be applied to anything and everything. Additionally, AI takes time and effort to implement, so you'll want to ensure that you're investing where you'll get the highest ROI.
If you want to make a smart investment in AI, you'll first want to identify the situations and business areas that can be improved the most. A good place to start this exploration is by using our PAC (Predict, Automate, Classify) framework to classify specific use cases for your business. Once you've identified high-value areas, you can explore which AI solutions are best suited to your needs.
Often times, improving information resources and retrieval is one of the best uses of AI because it impacts the entire organization. Every employee at a company needs access to unstructured information, whether it's HR documents, product information, onboarding materials, company policies, or system information. When employee time is wasted because of poor discoverability, duplicate content, or outdated information, it translates into lost time and money.Learn How to Use Talla's PAC Framework
Talla's smart knowledge base makes it easy for your employees to create and access your company's information. Talla keeps everything up-to-date, relevant, and organized. You can use Talla on your intranet, the web, Slack or Microsoft Teams.
Like all AI, for Talla to be successful you'll need to start by having data to train it with. This training data can either be existing data you have in a traditional knowledge base or company documents, or you can build out your data as you go with Talla. We're here to help you get set up.Install Talla Schedule a Demo