NTT DATA and Oxford Economics conducted a survey of 1,000 respondents in the US and Canada about their AI strategies. The data points to essential next steps on the AI journey as companies respond to a new business environment, and identifies where early leaders are seeing returns on their investments.
This video focuses on the leaders of AI. Results of the survey shows that even before the pandemic put pressure on companies to accelerate their adoption of artificial intelligence and automation, this shift to digital was underway.
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