The AI vendor market is as diverse as the global economy itself. As AI applications evolve into every corner of our lives, so do the expertise and proficiency of the data professionals, business leaders and subject matter experts at the heart of the products and services transforming how we live and work.
COVID-19 did not just bring waves of diseases and contagious variants across the world starting in early 2020 – a tsunami of fraud soon followed the broad sweep of a pandemic that would engulf the global insurance industry.
Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) is an American pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation based in New York City. The company accrued $81.29 billion in revenue last year, currently holding rankings of 46th on the Fortune 500 and 49th on the Forbes Global 2000 lists.
Healthcare is an increasingly complex sector of the global economy, and AI is playing an active role in the worldwide evolution of the industry throughout its many disciplines. In a Deloitte study released earlier this year, 85% of respondents among healthcare business leaders said their enterprise was increasing AI spend before 2023.
UnitedHealth Group, Inc. (NYSE: UNH) is an American multinational managed healthcare and insurance company based in Minnetonka, Minnesota. It offers health care products and insurance services. UnitedHealth Group (UHG) is the world's eighth-largest company by revenue, the second-largest healthcare company behind CVS Health by revenue and the largest insurance company by net premiums.
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Finding effective AI projects in the enterprise can be a challenge – but ensuring that AI projects lead to a long-term advantage for the organization can be even harder. Too many dollars in AI investment still end up going to surface-level projects that can't deliver, while a growing number of AI projects are reaching maturity.
Almost no other sector is traditionally slower to technological adoption than manufacturing, in no small part due to the countless challenges of relying on data accrued from physical environments. Yet across industries, manufacturing business leaders are finding that data is finally “waking up” to the nuances and fundamentals of their business operations.