Artificial intelligence: rise of the machines

By improving efficiency, revenue generation, and customer engagement, artificial intelligence, or AI, is disrupting industries globally. Supply chains in Asia in particular stand to benefit from AI-driven growth, given the region’s dominant market share in semiconductors and other technology hardware.

The paper, Artificial intelligence: rise of the machines, examines the growth of AI spending and development particularly in Asian countries, and how AI is affecting industries such as automobiles, robotics, and consumer goods and services.

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