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Vendors over-egging AI product claims and spreading confusion: Gartner

George Nott | July 19, 2017
Eager to cash in on 'gold rush' surrounding the technology, putting AI label ahead of business value.

According to the State of the CIO 2017 survey conducted by CIO Australia and published this month, 47 per cent of chief information officers will be piloting or deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies over the next 12 months. That is more than any other emerging technology including blockchain, augmented reality or wearables.

As one respondent to the survey put it: “Artificial intelligence is coming in under the covers. There’s a lot of market buzz about it but there are no practical examples.”


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