Our industries are set to be revolutionised by AI. It can help boards to make intelligent decisions which drive profit and growth.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the world’s fastest-growing tools for organisations large and small, and the Covid-19 pandemic has generated numerous opportunities for businesses willing to embrace the technology.
AI had a global value of $39.9bn in 2019 and it’s predicted this will grow year-on-year by 42.2% between now and 2027, while the UK government's 2020 Digital Strategy states that 90% of all jobs will require some form of digital skills within the next two decades.
Companies are utilising AI to help strengthen various assets of their day-to-day operations, ranging from sales and customer service, through to product i
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