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Capitalizing on the promise of artificial intelligence
Perspectives on AI adoption from around the world
How is AI adoption playing out around the world, and how do adopters and governments view the technologies’ potential—and risks? Recent research from Deloitte Global member firms shows executives facing a wide range of challenges.
Artificial intelligence has evolved from an esoteric research topic into a collection of powerful technologies with mainstream business promise and applicability. Deloitte’s global AI study finds that, in organizations adopting AI, more than eight in 10 leaders see AI as “very” or “critically” important to their business success in the next two years, and analysts project global spending on AI to top US$35 billion in 2019 alone.
Companies of all kinds across the globe increasingly regard the development of strong AI capabilities as essential to remaining competitive. National governments, too, are focusing on the economic potential of AI for their countries.
Recent research from Deloitte global member firms—which we describe and excerpt in the report—looks at AI from a variety of global and industry perspectives. The article aims to shed light on how adoption is playing out around the world, and how adopters and governments view the potential—and risks—of AI technologies.
To learn more about what kinds of business benefits adopters of AI are realizing, and what key elements makes some adopters most successful.