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A Comparative Study of Business Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence with Big Data Analytics

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Abstract

Business intelligence systems give important and competitive information to business planners and decision-makers by combining operational and historical data with analytical tools. Business intelligence (BI) aims to increase the timeliness and quality of data, allowing managers to better comprehend their company's position with rivals. For example, changes in market share, consumer behavior and spending patterns, customer preferences, corporate capabilities, and market circumstances may be analyzed using business intelligence tools and technology. In addition, analysts and managers may utilize business intelligence to determine which changes are most likely to adapt to shifting trends. The nontrivial extraction of implicit, previously unknown, and possibly beneficial information from data is known as data mining. Clustering, data summarization, learning classification rules, discovering dependency networks, analyzing changes, and detecting anomalies are all examples of technological techniques. The introduction of the data warehouse as a repository, advancements in data purification, better hardware and software capabilities, and the emergence of web architecture have all combined to produce a richer business intelligence environment than previously accessible. This document tries to give a framework for developing a business intelligence system. AI has been used to find and investigate security flaws. Manipulation and movement When given a limited static environment, AI robots can readily detect and map their surroundings.

DOI 10.11648/j.ajai.20230701.14
Published in American Journal of Artificial Intelligence (Volume 7, Issue 1, June 2023)
Page(s) 24-30
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Business Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data

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  • Department of Information and Technology, University of the Cumberlands, Williamsburg, USA

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