AI Future Outlook Articles and Reports
Explore future perspectives on artificial intelligence applications and trends - including products and applications in marketing, finance, and other sectors.
In this installment of the FutureScape series, we discuss what our survey participants said when asked whether AI will unite or fragment as it develops, and the reason behind their answer.
At Emerj, we pride ourselves on presenting objective information about the applications of artificial intelligence in industry. AI is applicable in a wide variety of areas—everything from agriculture to cybersecurity.
Most AI solutions are not for small businesses, but they will be over time. I decided to put together an understanding of where AI solutions are now and how they will eventually become accessible to small businesses.
According to research firm Zinnov, India is the fourth largest geography globally in terms of AI talent pool. Zinnov’s research says India is home to more than 200 AI startups that attracted about $200 million+ funding in 2017. A few major companies that are implementing AI include Amazon, AIG, Equifax, Infosys and NVIDIA - all of which we've covered in depth in our recent "AI in India" research.
There's a lot going on here at TechEmergence (soon to be rebranded to Emerj), and after receiving a string of LinkedIn messages about the re-brand and near-term future of the company, I wanted to put together this note about three important topics:
Professor Jonathan Tapson is Director of the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behavior & Development at Western Sydney University in Australia. He holds a PhD in Engineering from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Professor Tapson's recent research has recently lead him to apply neural networks to problems in finance. See our partnership and thought leadership publishing options on our Emerj partnerships page.