From transportation solutions to video-streaming applications, artificial intelligence (AI) permeates almost every aspect of our lives. This includes government, where AI is increasingly making an impact. Consider these public-sector examples.
Three-quarters of the organizations surveyed by Gartner increased customer experience (CX) technology investments in 2018. Customer analytics continues to be one of the biggest investments, with 52 percent intending to increase funding in 2019, focusing on customer journey analysis, customer needs analysis, voice of the customer (VoC) and digital marketing.
The rise of technology is introducing opportunities and obstacles for global and domestic companies alike. Five years ago the free flow of data contributed $2.8 trillion to the global economy, a figure that could reach $11 trillion by 2025.
“Of course, even with all the training and tools in the world, not all of the remaining 80% of traditional legacy enterprise applications will move to the cloud. For many good reasons, including regulatory, security concerns, and unclear ROI (return on investment), certain applications simply won’t become cloud native anytime soon (or ever).”
The largest pay-TV providers in the U.S. — representing about 93% of the market — lost about 1,530,000 net video subscribers in 2Q 2019, compared to a pro forma net loss of about 420,000 subscribers in 2Q 2018. The future outlook is equally gloomy.
“The proportion of connected assets is projected to continue to rise and will be a key growth driver of the 5% CAGR that the $38.2 billion industrial connectivity market is projected to have between now and 2024.”
via IoT Analytics