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3 Game-Changing AI Trends to Expect in 2021

Artificial intelligence has the potential to change how we do business.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming the most ubiquitous technology upgrade in virtually every industry around the globe. Rapid digital transformation has pushed AI to the forefront, where the pace of adoption has accelerated exponentially over the past few years. While many companies may have already dipped a toe into AI, 2021 will be the year they dive in headfirst.

AI's proliferation is moving faster at both the software and chip level, with chipmakers like Intel, NVIDIA and Qualcomm adapting AI technology into their systems. Enterprise and software developers are applying it to data and applications as well, with cloud providers like AWS, Google and Oracle embedding and expanding their AI offerings across multiple cloud deployments. This translates into more AI accessibility for everything from your mobile device to your smart speaker, as well as your enterprise software.

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