AI has been a buzzword for quite some time. And as a professional in the field, you may have gotten the question: “Can’t we just use some AI?” In this article, you’ll get the needed support to explain why AI is or is not a good solution, through a framework to anchor your arguments. We call it the AI Evaluation Loop.
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