AI-Powered GPU; its Use is Growing Rapidly and it’s Here to Change the World of Work

18th June 2021 by Brytlyt

We all hear a lot about AI, but for many of us, we don’t really notice (or appreciate) that it’s there, or how it can help improve both our lives, and performance, in the workplace.

This level of AI performance is mostly due to current advancements in the GPU industry.

Typically, when somebody mentions GPUs – most people think of how they’re used in gaming, however, many people are becoming increasingly aware of the broad capabilities of GPUs and how they’re powering more than ever before, including advanced AI and workloads for Machine Learning.

However, the capabilities of GPUs don’t end there. The same technology & platforms that bolster advances in both advanced AI and a next-generation gaming experience are also powering innovations in business, whether in terms of advanced analytics, deciphering the IoT (Internet of Things) or bringing AI to the forefront of businesses of all sizes.

You may have not realised how much AI is embedded into things you already use daily.

Even when you type something into your phone or computer – increasingly advanced systems check for grammar and even make predictions about what you may write based on your own individual writing style.

“AI isn’t here to replace humans, it just means humans can spend more time doing the things that humans are much better at.”

The pandemic has catalysed a process that was already happening worldwide – with the idea of a ‘cloud office’ now becoming closer to reality for many of us. Even 5 years ago, working from home was an impossibility for many of us – now, through an embracement of technology across entire workforces, it is an increasingly viable option.

A More Focused (& Safe) Working Environment

The proliferation of data on the internet, also means that there’s an abundance of disinformation and spam. Advancements in anti-spam software has meant that workers can stay productive, as well as being better protected from breaches and other cyber attacks.

Being Where You Need To Be. On Time.

We all know that location & map applications have improved over the years. However, many of the improvements have been made through increasingly sophisticated AI. If you have a fleet of vehicles for service, sales, or you’re a courier service – you may already rely heavily on AI.

Many of the best-known map applications use AI to continuously monitor traffic conditions to give you an up-to-the-minute understanding of how soon you’ll get from A to B whilst avoiding any traffic jams or diversions – as well as cross-referencing this with other data sources such as weather, to give you a precise ETA. In addition to this, although not yet mainstream, self-driving cars have come on leaps and bounds in the past few years, so it’s highly likely that these will become increasingly more commonplace.

Data Visualisation

When navigating huge volumes of data, Data Visualisation Software helps translate insights into something more tangible, understandable and human. Through breakthroughs in AI, it can do this in an automated and intelligent way. By relieving business users of ‘busy work’ in preparation of data, it allows users to actually spend more time on analysis to find valuable insights.

The Future of AI

Over the next coming years, we can expect to see Artificial intelligence and Business Intelligence working together to create ‘Augmented Data’ and ‘Augmented Analytics’. This looks to deliver Automated Insights (also known as ‘data-based storytelling’) which will help to illustrate key findings in a more automated way, as well as enable other AI-led enhancements, including augmented data preparation, automated search engine reporting, and more.

In addition to this, Cloud-based & Mobile BI is expected to grow exponentially, as working from home (and remotely) continues to be part of the new normal for a significant number of businesses in a post-pandemic world.

Here for today. And Tomorrow.

Brytlyt is the future-proofed approach to data processing and analytics. Instead of overhauling your existing system, our platform can be easily integrated into your business environment. Plus, its adaptable functionality means you can continue to develop the platform as your needs change.

Why use Brytlyt GPU-Accelerated Analytics?

We know data; and we know how to help businesses get the most out of huge amounts of data, in an instant.

  • Brytlyt helps you interactively query, visualise, and power data science workflows over billions of records with a wide range of accelerated analytics solutions.
  • Our end-to-end platform delivers decision support and business-critical insights.
  • Built on PostgreSQL, we empower users to analyse more data, faster, and with ease.

Our unique GPU patent-pending IP technology has been developed to be at the very forefront of the transformational analytics revolution. Our next-generation platform with ‘speed of thought’ analytics is built for ambitious businesses who want to harness their rapidly growing datasets of today, for tomorrow.

If you would like to talk to one of our team to discuss our GPU accelerated solutions and take your first steps towards speed of thought analytics, you can contact us here.