What does the intelligent enterprise of the future look like?
Which sectors are set to benefit most from artificial intelligence?
And why are the perceived challenges so numerous and diverse?
The AI & Intelligent Automation Network answers these questions and more in the newly published AI 2020 report.
The complimentary 27-page report serves to close the AI gap, drawing on new market research, expert analysis and commentary to provide a realistic overview of industry trends to 2020. The report features contributions from AI leads from the likes of Microsoft, Hermes, Airware, Parexel and many more.
Keen to stay ahead of the curve, organizations are looking to the latest intelligent enterprise tools such as intelligent automation, machine learning and predictive analytics to solve business challenges, increase productivity and benefit the bottom line.
In the face of the current technology hype cycle, many organizations are grappling with questions like these. Keen to stay on—or ahead of—the curve, organizations are looking to the latest intelligent enterprise (IE) tools to solve business challenges, increase productivity and benefit the bottom line.
Responsive leaders are looking for innovative ways to leverage tools such as intelligent automation, machine learning and predictive analytics, which are fast gaining momentum in the marketplace. The message, for those who’ve chosen to listen, is loud and clear:
The intelligence revolution is here - disrupt or be disrupted.
For organizations, AI promises a world of insights, analytics and business smarts like never before. Sectors like banking and financial services, defense and retail are testament to this, reaping the benefits as early adopters in a tech-pervasive world.
Industries like pharmaceuticals, mining, construction, and telecoms that may have once lagged behind, are now making huge strides to close the IE gap. Many are now realizing that AI and other IE technologies force us not only to rethink the way we work-but to rethink the way we think.
From a customer perspective, IE technologies offer the opportunity for improved experience and on-demand delivery—putting the onus squarely on brands to deliver what customers want, when they want it.
The near-future challenges for organizations are twofold: first, there is a gap between the perception of how long it takes to successfully implement IE technologies (such as AI and intelligent automation) and the actual time taken to reach maturity.
Secondly – and perhaps most notably – there remains a widespread lack of understanding of the potential benefits for AI to solve real-world business problems.
The focus to date has been largely on adopting AI as a technology rather than applying AI as a tool to solve existing problems. This report serves to close that gap, drawing on market research, expert analysis and commentary to provide a realistic overview of industry trends and expectations to 2020.
2020 is little over a year away but the AI revolution starts today!