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Artificial Intelligence - Thematic Research

AI is "the new electricity".

Nearly 70 years since Alan Turing posed the question “Can machines
think?”, artificial intelligence (AI) is finally beginning to have an impact on the global economy.

Proponents of AI believe that it has the potential to
transform the world as we know it, with Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai having
described AI as “more profound than…electricity or fire”.

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  • What you need to know...
  • Within the AI industry, there are seven key technology categories: machine learning, data science, conversational platforms, computer vision, AI chips, smart robots and context-aware computing.
  • When it comes to deploying machine learning techniques, the leadership positions are held by the global technology giants (including Alphabet, Microsoft, IBM, Amazon and Facebook).
  • Advances in AI have enabled the development of robots, allowing them to become highly complex products rather than the stand-alone, fixed-function machines they used to be.

Incumbents in virtually every industry are set to face some kind of game-changing disruption from artificial intelligence technologies.

Successful CEOs will be those capable of restructuring their business to make AI a core competency. The alternative will be either stagnation or elimination.

Utilize GlobalData’s Artificial Intelligence – Thematic Research report to ensure elimination is not an option for your business.

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