AI Sector Overviews Articles and Reports
Artificial intelligence “sector overview” reports are designed to help business leaders explore the possibilities and important AI trends across industries. Search our sector overview reports below:
MicKinsey estimated that by 2030, up to 15% of cars sold will be autonomous vehicles. We detailed our own timeline for self-driving cars, pooling quotes and insights from executives at the top 11 global automakers.
In 2017, Equifax’s systems were compromised by hackers, and the data of over 143 million Americans was exposed. Other incidents, such as the WannaCry and Petya ransomware scams, have highlighted the vulnerabilities in financial cybersecurity globally. According to the Global Banking and Finance Review, such cyber attacks have cost nearly USD 360 billion per year in losses for each of the last three years.
The healthcare domain seems ripe for disruption by way of artificial intelligence in the form of predictive analytics. Accenture estimates the AI in healthcare market will reach $6.6 billion by 2021.
Gesture-based interfaces are applications that allow users to control devices using hand and other body parts. Today, they are found in devices used in home automation, shopping, consumer electronics, virtual reality and augmented reality gaming, navigation, and driving, among others.
The insurance industry is looking to adopt artificial intelligence applications for a variety of business functions due to its access to large volume of customer data. According to our AI Opportunity Landscape research in insurance, approximately 46% of AI vendors in insurance offer solutions for claims and 43% offer solutions for underwriting. While there are other areas of insurance that could benefit from AI, it's clear that these two core insurance tenets are where the traction is with AI in the industry.
In May 2018, Bard College’s Center for the Study of the Drone released a report estimating that 910 “state and local police, sheriff, fire, and emergency services agencies” had acquired drones in the United States by the end of 2017.