Advantages of AI in the Gambling Industry

| July 25, 2019

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) was always touted as a technology to revolutionize everything. In 2019, artificial intelligence is getting more important than ever, all because of the right reasons. The whole concept of AI is to teach machines (through computer algorithms) to think like humans and make decisions on their own. In fact, visionaries expect that AI will surpass human-level intelligence in the future. So how is AI going to impact the online gambling industry?

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