A new survey of 1,000 AI leaders reveals the top AI use cases, the challenges of building scale, and the potential benefits of data sharing for business and society.
Pharma & healthcare
Media & marketing
NOTES: % of biz processes to use AI
Scientific and medical communities worldwide are using AI to understand and contain Covid-19, treat infected patients, and ultimately develop vaccines that prevent future outbreaks.
Educators today are in agreement: They need an AI strategy. But many institutions don’t know how to implement one—or where to start.
Harnessing the power of AI requires companies to have strong AIOps capabilities, which involves system developers and engineers building a reliable and rigorous production environment.
Artificial intelligence is helping health-care professionals do their jobs better, giving them the tools to build a smarter, more efficient ecosystem.
Is the dialog around ethics missing the mark?
How AI is becoming the go-to tool to shape voting.
While three quarters of surveyed companies met or exceeded 2019 revenue targets, almost 40% say that investments in technology are inadequate to support future regional and global growth plans.
As artificial intelligence continues its rapid evolution, what influence do humans have?
AI technologies promise to extend human capabilities, writes SAS chief executive Jim Goodnight, and ultimately, improve the world around us.
How artificial intelligence is making health care more human.
One of the issues that has consistently hampered cybersecurity is the bane of false positives. By training machine learning algorithms on well-behaved software―or “goodware”―we can identify the signals that some sort of exploit is underway.
Singapore has trained a portion of the country’s collective energy and research in AI towards specific health outcomes.