the ability to learn, understand and think in a logical way about things; the ability to do this well
Source: Oxford Dictionary
Created with the intention to replicate the intelligence humans hold. More specifically, the ability to reason, find meaning, learn from experiences as well as generalise.
Example: researchers have taught some computers to identify the personality traits of a person based on what Facebook posts they like, more accurately than their human friends.
A set of architectures, methodologies, applications, platforms, processes and technologies that analyse and apprehend raw data into meaningful insights and reports used to guide the business in strategic and tacticalactions and decision–making at all levels of business.
Example: social network processing millions of events every day in order to make real-time product roadmap decisions.
What does Artificial Intelligence comprise of?
Science and technology.
More specifically, mathematics, computer science, biology and psychology.
What does Business Intelligence comprise of?
Business analysis tools.
More specifically, online analytical processing (OLAP), ad-hoc analytics and enterprise reporting.