Every day technology is increasing tremendously. When we look back to the history, around two million years separate the first use of stone tools from the historic moment when Homo sapiens invented art and began to paint images on cave walls. Another thirty thousand years passed before the rise of arable farming and permanent settlement. The first symbols appeared a few thousand years after that, followed closely by the first written scripts. Then, around four hundred years ago, development began speeding up. The microscope was invented in the seventeenth century; industrialization in the nineteenth century enabled the first cities of a million people; and during the last century alone, the atom was split, humans set foot on the Moon, and the computer was invented. Since then, the processing capabilities and energy efficiency of computers have doubled at regular intervals. But while technological progress often develops greatly, the same is not true for human intellectual abilities. We are living in the midst of a surge of interest and research into Artificial Intelligence. It can seem like every week there is a new breakthrough in the field and a new record set in some task previously done by humans. Not too long ago, A.I. seemed a distant dream for specially interested researchers. Today it is all around us. We carry it in our pockets; it’s in our cars and in many of the web services we use throughout the day. A.I is a computerized brain capable of doing every intelligence task that a human can perform. In recent years the business sector has shown strong interest in artificial intelligence (AI), with AI-related research and applications rapidly increasing at home and abroad. With massive amounts of computational power, machines can now recognize objects and translate speech in real time. With greater depth, they are producing remarkable advances in speech and image recognition. AI capability has improved to such an extent that a range of commercial applications is now possible in areas like consumer electronics, industrial automation, and online retail. Technology companies of all sizes and in locations all around the world are developing AI-driven products aimed at reducing operating costs, improving decision-making and enhancing consumer services across a range of client industries. And despite a decline in venture capital funding across industries overall in 2016, AI start-ups raised a record $5 billion globally last year – a 71% annualized growth rate and near-tenfold rise over the past four-year level. So artificial intelligence is going to be revolutionizing the business sector. Business will get a lot of benefits from artificial intelligence like saving time, increase productivity, faster decision making, avoid mistakes, mining vast amount of data, increasing revenue.