TECH BUYER Oct 2021 - IDC FutureScape - Doc # US48298421

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Artificial Intelligence and Automation 2022 Predictions

By: Ritu JyotiGroup Vice President, Worldwide Artificial Intelligence and Automation Research Practice Global AI Research Lead, David SchubmehlResearch Vice President, Conversational Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Knowledge Discovery, Hayley SutherlandSenior Research Analyst, Conversational AI & Intelligent Knowledge Discovery, Peter Haas, Sriram SubramanianResearch Director, AI/ ML Lifecycle Management Software, Maureen FlemingProgram VP, Worldwide Intelligent Process Automation Market Research and Advisory Service, Shari LavaResearch Director, Automation within the AI and Automation Group, Christopher Lee MarshallAssociate Vice President, Jennifer HamelResearch Manager, Analytics and Intelligent Automation Services, Neil Ward-DuttonVP, AI and Intelligent Process Automation European Practices, Jack VernonSenior Research Analyst, European AI Systems, Mary WardleyProgram Vice President, Customer Care and CRM, Warren ShiauResearch Vice President, AI & Analytics, Jennifer CookeResearch Director, Edge Strategies, Pietro DelaiProgram Manager, Software and Cloud Solutions, Latin America, Harish DunakheResearch Director, Software and Cloud, META IDC, Tim GrieserResearch Vice President, Enterprise System Management Software, Peter RuttenResearch Vice-President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Performance-Intensive Computing Solutions Global Research Lead, Shane RauResearch Vice President, Computing Semiconductors


This IDC study provides IDC's 2022 top 10 predictions for artificial intelligence.

"The year 2020 accelerated digital transformation and moved AI out of the corners into the mainstream. The 'early adopter' advantage is petering out, and AI is rapidly integrated into the fabric of business, seeping into more business-critical functions like marketing, legal, human resources (HR), and procurement," says Ritu Jyoti, group vice president, Worldwide Artificial Intelligence and Automation Research at IDC. "As AI-mature enterprises move on to using AI to develop new products and services, beyond automating processes and optimizing efficiencies, the need for better AI assurance is paramount."



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