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MAR 2019

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36 Security Business / / March 2019 © Istock T he field of artificial intelligence (AI) has received an unprecedented amount of investment, research, education and product develop- ment in recent years. AI is advancing at an increasingly rapid pace and the rate of new product emergence is skyrocketing; in fact, ISC West will likely feature more vendors with AI-enhanced products than in any previous year. AI-enhanced video analytics stand to transform the video landscape to an extent not previously conceived. What we've seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg. Subscription-based offerings will fit AI best because today's AI so- ware is being developed under the continuous delivery model, an engineering approach for providing applications that evolve in place through updates delivered every week or so – much like what we see happen- ing with our smartphones and with the model that IT has shied to. Artificial intelligence is poised to be the game-changer that helps advance security integrators' transition to a managed services business model By Ray Bernard, PSP, CHS-III Cover Story Partners in Profit: AI and RMR

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