We are seeing organisations, big and small, starting the process of exploration of artificial intelligence. Our AI Vision is our annual insights we believe are becoming hot topics and trends for consideration within your organisation. We are seeing organisations, big and small, starting the process of exploration of artificial intelligence. Our AI Vision is our annual insights we believe are becoming hot topics and trends for consideration within your organisation. We hope that our AI Vision 2020 provides some relevant insights towards your digital transformation journey.
The report covers 8 key areas we believe will be a focus for companies as they look to adopt AI capabilities
Our Report covers a number of areas including;
- AI Factories to help industrialise scaled delivery for an AI first enterprise
- Behavioural and Emotional capabilities of intelligent applications
- AI Governance for the 21st Century
- Scaling Intelligent Automation across the organisation
Technology trends are difficult to predict, especially with such a fast-paced ecosystem with new algorithms, capabilities and tools being introduced almost every week. Often opportunities for innovation and advancement occurs with the intersection of different technologies and we will also cover some of the emergent technologies that have and will help with the further adoption of intelligent solutions.
The push back on facial recognition technologies shows the need for strong AI Governance & Ethics oversight within every organisation
With the introduction of more complex technologies, the process of embedding them into your organisation can become difficult, especially with limited internal skills and knowledge about the techniques. At Combined Intelligence we have a core team of AI experts that have a range of industry sector experience who can help with your AI journey, from vision & strategy to delivery & operations.
We hope that our AI Vision 2020 provides some relevant insights towards your digital transformation journey. There are many challenges and opportunities as we move towards the vision of tomorrow’s possible technology landscape but with good design and architecture the vision can be realised, and the benefits gained.
Moving from Innovation to Scaled AI Factories has a number of challenges that makes deploying into production more difficult than expected
With the impact of Covid-19 on our work and personal lives, creating a significant health crisis and economic recession, we are starting to see how the use of AI has helped during the crisis from optimising resources to deal with the pandemic, to the search for a viable vaccination. Moving into a recovery phase over the coming months, we will see increased focus on digital transformation and the desire to leverage intelligent automation to provide additional robustness to business operations.
AI techniques can deliver the future of work today. Enabling your digital workforce with the tools to make them more effective and give your business the data insights you need to make better informed decisions
The changes to our world post-pandemic are only starting to be understood, but we feel the benefits of advanced technologies will continue to show significant value to organisations. Having the ability to use AI at scale across your organisation is no-doubt a major advantage in both times of normal operation and dynamic environments that need the organisation to reach quickly and change direction to cope with future external events.
How to get the Report
Visit https://combined-intelligence.co.uk/technology/ai-vision-2020/ and sign up to our newsletter (at the bottom of the page) to get access to our 44 page AI Vision report.
We understand that wherever you are in your adoption of AI within your organisation, moving forward can be difficult, with each stage having various challenges and opportunities to explore. We map this journey into 10 phases, going from initial vision and innovation to being AI-everywhere firm.
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