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:

AI at Cigna@2x-min

Artificial Intelligence at Cigna – Four Use Cases

Founded in 1982, Cigna is a healthcare and insurance company based in Bloomfield, Connecticut. Cigna is a Fortune 15 global company and employs over 70,000 individuals. Cigna offers health, life, and accident insurance. They also offer Medicare and Medicaid products. – 002 – Retail AI Use-Cases and Trends – An Executive Guide-min

Retail AI Use Cases and Trends – An Executive Brief

Retail has been undergoing a digital transformation for some time. Most of us have seen the gradual macroeconomic effects of this change, from the increasingly empty malls to the shuttering of once-prosperous brick-and-mortar stores.

AI at Morgan Stanley@2x-min

Artificial Intelligence at Morgan Stanley – Three Use Cases

Morgan Stanley was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in New York City. They are an American multinational investment bank and financial services company recognized as a leader in wealth management. With over $1.19 billion in assets, Morgan Stanley is among the top 15 biggest banks in the world.

AI at Bosch@1x-min

Artificial Intelligence at Bosch

Bosch is a German multinational technology and engineering company headquartered in Gerlingen, Germany. Bosch manufactures products across various industries, including aerospace, automotive, energy and utilities, healthcare and others.

002 – AI at HSBC

Artificial Intelligence at HSBC – Two Use Cases

HSBC Bank is a British multinational banking and financial services company. The bank has 130 branches and serves over 40 million customers. By total assets, HSBC is one of the ten largest banks globally.

Playing Offense and Leveraging the Network Effect to Fight Retail Fraud@2x-min

Playing Offense and Leveraging the Network Effect to Fight Retail Fraud – with Asha Sharma of Instacart and Robert Bedetti of Riskified

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The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic is leaving retail and eCommerce enterprises awash in numerous, often chaotic trends, many of which are proving critical for driving AI adoption throughout the industry. Perhaps most prominent among these market dynamics is an enormous shift to online retail.

001 – Market Surveillance and AI – Two Use Cases-min

Market Surveillance and AI – Two Use Cases

Market surveillance refers to activity authorities conduct to ensure that products available to consumers adhere to applicable laws and regulations. Additionally, market surveillance in banking and finance takes a somewhat specific form.

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Artificial Intelligence at MetLife – Three Use Cases

MetLife is a leading global insurance company headquartered in New York City. It provides its customers various insurance and financial services, including life insurance, health insurance, retirement plans, and investment management.