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The internet now offers a degree of detail about customer behaviours, likes and dislikes, hobbies, and personal preferences that was previously unavailable. Social networking accounts and online profiles, social activity, product reviews, tagged preferences, liked and shared content, loyalty or rewards applications and services, and customer relationship management systems all contribute to the Big Data pool of potentially informative data.

Big Data is everywhere and it is critical to maintain the data that is produced in such large quantities that everything is not overlooked. The vast volume of data that every organisation produces is incredibly difficult to store. These massive databases are beyond the capabilities of traditional computing techniques. This type of data is commonly processed using artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence and its sub branches such as Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Neutral Networks are algorithmic in nature.

These algorithmic methods are applied to vast quantities of Big Data in order to generate desired outcomes and reveal trends, patterns and predictions. With the aid of machine learning and AI, Big Data can perform complex analytical tasks faster than the human imagination. Because of small data sets, AI was not developed in the past. There was no evidence from real life or in real time. As a result of the constant availability of large amounts of data sets, AI has evolved. Artificial Intelligence and Big Data now have a symbiotic relationship. There is no Artificial Intelligence without Big Data.

Artificial Intelligence can build a store of knowledge using data from multiple sources, allowing it to make accurate predictions about you as a consumer based on how much time you spend in a particular part of a site or store, what you look at when you’re there, what you do buy versus what you don’t and a host of other bits of data that AI can synthesise and ad hoc

The ability of Artificial Intelligence to function so well with data analytics is the primary reason why AI and Big Data seem to be inextricably linked. Artificial intelligence machine learning and deep learning learn from any data input and use it to create new rules for future business analytics. However, issues occur when the data being used isn’t good.

The lifeblood of AI is data. To perform its purpose, an Artificial Intelligence system must be able to learn from data. Unfortunately, businesses have a hard time integrating data from different sources to establish a consistent source of reality for their customers. AI will not fix these data issues; instead, it will exacerbate them. Before running the data through a machine learning or deep learning algorithm, there must be an agreed upon methodology for data collection and data structure. Companies who are serious about getting the best will prize professionals with degrees.


Big Data is unquestionably here to stay, and since Big Data isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, Artificial Intelligence will continue to be in high demand for the near future. AI is worthless without data, and data is insurmountable without AI. With Big Data, AI is becoming a cyclical, ongoing operation. Second, data is fed into the AI engine, which increases the AI’s intelligence. Next, for the AI to operate properly, less human interference is needed. Finally, the fewer people are required to run AI, the closer society would be to realising the full potential of the current Big Data/AI cycle.

However, before Artificial Intelligence and Big Data can fully evolve to the extent we have seen in some of the more sensible, science fiction tales, many other technologies must evolve and that evolution would necessitate the participation of data analysts and AI algorithm programmers.


At its most basic level, AI entails an artificially generated object acting or thinking autonomously in a manner similar to humans. Big Data is the process of parsing and analysing large data sets in order to identify trends, patterns and other information. I believe they are only linked in the sense that one technology can be used to complement the other. For example, instead of humans making decisions about how to view, optimise and act on big data research, AI may do so. Big Data, on the other hand, may be used by AI in its self-learning or decision making processes.

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