Automation and AI Use to Triple by 2019

| November 12, 2018

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The application of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to mission-critical business processes will more than triple by 2019, reflecting growing confidence in such technologies. This is among the findings in the latest ISG research in which we asked more than 500 business and IT leaders about their current and future plans for automation and AI.

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