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Which beverages companies are leading the way in artificial intelligence? - data - Just Drinks

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Unilever and Suntory are among the beverage brand owners best positioned to take advantage of future artificial intelligence disruption in the industry, according to recent research. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five, based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like AI. According to the analysis, Unilever is well-placed to benefit from its investments in artificial intelligence. The group, which operates the Lipton iced tea brand in partnership with PepsiCo, was the only company to attain the top score in GlobalData's non-alcoholic beverages'Thematic Scorecard'. In the 12 months to the end of September, Unilever advertised for 323 new artificial intelligence-related roles and mentioned artificial intelligence five times in its filings.


Amazon and Alphabet lead the way in artificial intelligence, data reveals - Verdict

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Amazon and Alphabet are among the companies best positioned to take advantage of future artificial intelligence disruption in the technology industry, a GlobalData analysis shows. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like artificial intelligence and emerge as long-term winners of the technology sector. Cambricon and Graphcore are the companies best positioned to benefit from investments in artificial intelligence, all of them recording scores of five out of five in GlobalData's Advertising, Application software, Cloud services, Consumer electronics, Ecommerce, Industrial automation, IT infrastructure, Music, Film, & TV, Publishing, Semiconductors and Social media Thematic Scorecards. Amazon, for example, has advertised for 18,116 new artificial intelligence jobs from October 2020 to September 2021; and mentioned artificial intelligence in company filings 86 times. Alphabet indicated good levels of AI investment, with the company looking for 2,349 new artificial intelligence jobs since October 2020; and mentioning artificial intelligence in filings 137 times. The table below shows how GlobalData analysts scored the biggest companies in the technology industry on their artificial intelligence performance, as well as the number of new artificial intelligence jobs, deals, patents and mentions in company reports since October 2020.


Revealed: the medical device companies leading the way in artificial intelligence - Verdict Medical Devices

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Johnson & Johnson and GE are among the companies best positioned to take advantage of future artificial intelligence disruption in the medical devices industry, our analysis shows. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like artificial intelligence and emerge as long-term winners of the medical devices sector. According to our analysis, Johnson & Johnson, GE, Apple, Medtronic and Alphabet are the companies best positioned to benefit from investments in artificial intelligence, all of them recording scores of five out of five in GlobalData's Medical Devices Thematic Scorecard. Johnson & Johnson, for example, has advertised for 969 new artificial intelligence jobs from October 2020 to September 2021 and mentioned artificial intelligence in company filings 30 times. GE indicated good levels of AI investment, with the company looking for 446 new artificial intelligence jobs since October 2020 and mentioning artificial intelligence in filings 50 times. The table below shows how GlobalData analysts scored the biggest companies in the medical devices industry on their artificial intelligence performance, as well as the number of new artificial intelligence jobs, deals, patents and mentions in company reports since October 2020.


Revealed: The power companies leading the way in cybersecurity

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Iberdrola and Engie are among the companies best positioned to take advantage of future cybersecurity disruption in the power industry, our analysis shows. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like cybersecurity and emerge as long-term winners of the power sector. According to our analysis, Iberdrola and Engie are the companies best positioned to benefit from investments in cybersecurity, all of them recording scores of five out of five in GlobalData's Power utilities Thematic Scorecard. Iberdrola, for example, has advertised for 65 new cybersecurity jobs from January 2021 to December 2021 and mentioned cybersecurity in company filings 62 times. Engie indicated good levels of AI investment, with the company mentioning cybersecurity in filings four times.


Amazon And Alphabet Lead The Way In Artificial Intelligence - AI Summary

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Amazon and Alphabet are among the companies best positioned to take advantage of future artificial intelligence disruption in the technology industry, a GlobalData analysis shows. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like artificial intelligence and emerge as long-term winners of the technology sector. Cambricon and Graphcore are the companies best positioned to benefit from investments in artificial intelligence, all of them recording scores of five out of five in GlobalData's Advertising, Application software, Cloud services, Consumer electronics, Ecommerce, Industrial automation, IT infrastructure, Music, Film, & TV, Publishing, Semiconductors and Social media Thematic Scorecards. Amazon and Alphabet are among the companies best positioned to take advantage of future artificial intelligence disruption in the technology industry, a GlobalData analysis shows. The assessment comes from GlobalData's Thematic Research ecosystem, which ranks companies on a scale of one to five based on their likelihood to tackle challenges like artificial intelligence and emerge as long-term winners of the technology sector.