“Artificial intelligence (AI) has come a long way in the past few years. But for AI to truly fulfill its promise, it needs to do one more thing. It needs to be easy to use.
AI is at the stage where it’s ready to be in the hands of everyday people. It’s in the same place that computers were more than 40 years ago, when Apple envisioned an easy-to-use, low-cost personal computer for the average consumer, then made that vision a reality.
Here are three ways we can create an Apple-like experience for AI and bridge the gap to a future in which AI helps businesses do more than they ever imagined.
“While the adoption rate varies between businesses, a majority of them — 95% in a recent S&P Global report — consider AI to be important in their digital transformation efforts.
The global public cloud computing market is set to exceed $362 billion in 2022, according to Statista, and IDG reports that the average cloud budget is up from $1.62 million in 2016 to a whopping $2.2 million today.
McKinsey predicts that automation alone could raise productivity growth globally by 0.8% to 1.4% annually.”
“More than 40% of companies expect AI to be a game changer. The German government also wants to accelerate the introduction and development of AI technologies. It plans to invest 3 billion euros in AI research by 2025. But 77% of companies also say that acceptance in the economy is a challenge.
According to Statista, the world’s large data market will grow to $ 103 billion by 2027, more than doubling its market size in 2018.”