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TECH BUYER May 2019 - IDC Perspective - Doc # AP44765219

Building Artificial Intelligence Competence in Developing Economies: A Framework

By: Jessie Danqing CaiSenior Research Manager, Thomas JingAssociate Market Analyst, Christopher Lee MarshallAssociate Vice President, Rishu SharmaResearch Manager

Abstract

AI has long been viewed as relevant only to the most advanced organizations in the most developed nations. In this IDC Perspective, we discuss what artificial intelligence (AI) means for developing economies and provide a framework that can be used to develop and orchestrate resources accordingly, collaboratively, and progressively. Dr. Chris Marshall, VP for AI, IDC Asia/Pacific, notes, "Developing economies have to place their bets carefully on different aspects of AI development and deployment if they are to leverage the investments in existing technologies made by developed markets, leverage their populations, and help solve impactful social and economic problems."


Coverage

Subscriptions Covered

Asia/Pacific Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Strategies , Asia/Pacific Artificial Intelligence and Content Analytics , India ICT Market Opportunities


Companies Covered

Alibaba Group Holding Limited


Regions Covered

Asia Pacific


Topics Covered

Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Disaster recovery, Software as a service, Technology buyer


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