The weirdest uses of AI

Thomas Macaulay
Thomas Macaulay

Thomas Macaulay

Tom is online editor. He studied English Literature and History at Sussex University before gaining a Masters in Newspaper Journalism from City University. He's particularly interested in the public sector and the ethical implications of emerging technologies.

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AI is projected to deliver $1.2 trillion in business value by the end of this year, and industries of all types are splashing out on in the hopes of quickly cashing in. 

Chatbots, robotic process automation, and predictive analytics are attracting much of their attention, but they may be missing out on concepts that could make - or break - their business.

We look at some of the strangest applications of artificial intelligence.

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