The Disruptive Economic Impact Of Artificial Intelligence

“Gans tells me “Whereas the primary benefit of electricity was that it decoupled energy from its source, which facilitated innovation in factory design, the primary benefit of AI is that it decouples prediction from the rest of the decision-making process, which facilitates innovation in organizational design via reimagining how decisions interrelate with one another.”

Decoupling prediction from the rest of the decision-making process enables a shift from merely lowering the cost of predictions to creating vastly more productive systems. It is only when this is widely understood, Gans says, that AI will achieve its transformational potential.”

How AI taps data to make ecommerce more dynamic

  • “Modern dynamic pricing architectures also analyze real-time data on competitors’ prices and stock collected from websites using web scrapers or robotic process automation (RPA) bots. It evaluates many internal factors, like stock or inventory, KPIs, etc. And also evaluates external factors, including competitor prices and demand, to generate prices that align with a company’s pricing strategy.
  • Price-optimization system: This approach utilizes self-learning ML models without human intervention. It is best suited for airlines, hospitality, and ecommerce industries, where several variables impact pricing decisions. Such an AI-based approach depends on a vast amount of data to impact variables on the price. As more and more data is fed into the AI system for training the model, it self-learns through reinforcement-based methods and automatically tweaks the system’s performance.”

Artificial intelligence (AI) in Banking Market to Witness Robust Growth by 2027 at a CAGR of 42.9%

  • “The global artificial intelligence (AI) in Banking market is expected to reach a market size of USD 130.00 Billion by 2027 and register a high revenue CAGR, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research
  • Due to increasing implementation of AI-driven applications in the banks, including customer relationship management (CRM), data analytics & visualization, and chatbot to enhance customer experience and back-office activities, the software segment is projected to register a significant revenue CAGR of 43.1% during the forecast period.”

AI-powered personalization: The key to unlocking ecommerce growth

  • “Forty percent of customers prefer targeted ads aligned to what they are looking for to make the buying process easier. This could be why behaviorally targeted ads are twice as effective as non-targeted ads. AI helps marketers run more targeted brand campaigns, which eventually helps them decrease their marketing spend and increase their revenue.
  • A shoe retailer from London experienced an 8.6% increase in add-to-cart rate after serving personalized recommendations that appeared when a customer added one item to their cart.
  • The modern customer is spoiled. Seventy-five percent of customers expect to be taken care of within five minutes.”

Banks Are Cashing In on Embedded AI

  • “In 2021, McKinsey released a report that found that AI is quickly becoming embedded in financial institutions. The report, which surveyed over 200 senior executives across the globe, found that AI is most commonly used for robotic process automation (36%), virtual assistants or conversational interfaces (32%), and machine learning techniques (25%) to detect fraud and support underwriting and risk management.
  • According to a recent IDC report, banks worldwide are expected to spend an additional USD31 billion on AI embedded in existing systems by 2025.
  • The embedded AI sector is expected to reach USD38.87 billion globally at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.4% within 2021-2026.”