Artificial Intelligence and automation: the future of government services

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The British government is keen to recognise the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation in ensuring the long-term future success of UK industry. In line with this, it has acknowledged that one of its'grand challenges' is putting the UK at the forefront of the AI and data revolution. In fact, comments from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond have suggested that large swathes of government activity will soon be performed by AI and automation to free up time for (human) civil servants. Automating some aspects of government jobs will result in savings and efficiencies. However, there are concerns that public sector workers will be at risk of losing their jobs to AI and automation in the next decade.


Robotics, artificial intelligence, and 5G are at the heart of Theresa May's new industrial strategy

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LONDON -- The government is putting cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), 5G wireless internet, "smart" energy technology, and robotics at the heart of its new post-Brexit industrial strategy. Theresa May is set to launch the government's "Modern Industrial Strategy" on Monday at a regional meeting of the cabinet in the North West. The Prime Minister announced in a release on Sunday evening that the strategy would be focused around ten key strategic pillars, the first of which is: "Investing in science, research, and innovation." The government says that a £4.7 billion increase in research & development (R&D) funding announced in last year's Autumn Statement is central to the new industrial strategy. This investment will go to areas such as AI, "smart" energy technology, robotics, and 5G wireless, the only specific industries name-checked in the release.


Robotics, artificial intelligence, and 5G are at the heart of Theresa May's new industrial strategy

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LONDON -- The government is putting cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), 5G wireless internet, "smart" energy technology, and robotics at the heart of its new post-Brexit industrial strategy. Theresa May is set to launch the government's "Modern Industrial Strategy" on Monday at a regional meeting of the cabinet in the North West. The Prime Minister announced in a release on Sunday evening that the strategy would be focused around ten key strategic pillars, the first of which is: "Investing in science, research, and innovation." The release says that the £4.7 billion increase in research & development (R&D) funding announced in last year's Autumn Statement is central to the new industrial strategy. This investment will go to areas such as AI and robotics, Number 10 says.


Global Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector CAGR of 52.65% During 2017-2021-Industry Analysis, Geographical Segmentation, Drivers, Challenges, & Trend

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Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector research report also provides granular analysis of the market share, segmentation, revenue forecasts and geographic regions of the market. AI technologies are being developed to assist human beings in deliberating, deducing, analyzing, and inventing new technologies that can guarantee the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The availability and widespread adoption of graphical processing units due to innovation in technology, increased power capacity, and reduced costs have been an impetus for the adoption of AI technologies in sensor systems. The Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector research report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector for 2017-2021. Key Vendors of Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector: - Amazon Web Services - IBM - Siemens - Omron Adept Technologies And many more… Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector report provides key statistics on the market status of the Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Artificial Intelligence Market in the Industrial Sector.


We want to know how industrial AI will impact your business

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If you manage operations or IT in manufacturing, transportation, energy, mining, or other industrial sectors, you've undoubtedly heard a lot about AI, how quickly the technology is evolving, and how it's going to transform how business gets done. Indeed, with the exponential growth of data generated by IoT sensors and applications, there are unprecedented opportunities for AI to leverage this data to generate critical insights, drive automation, and increase efficiency. PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts AI will boost global GDP by 14 percent by 2030, with increased labor productivity accounting for more than half of these gains. But what does AI really mean for leaders, managers, and engineers out in the field? Have you started to implement AI projects, or is AI on your company's roadmap?