Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising the way business leaders address age-old problems. Not solely the for the world's leading technology companies anymore, AI solutions that are accessible and cost-effective can be implemented to sustainably improve customer satisfaction, pinpoint where best to reach potential customers and accurately forecast inventory requirements.
Imagine a future where astronauts aboard a spaceship, or exploring Mars, can leverage super-computing power to conduct simulations, run artificial intelligence (AI) applications, collect, analyse and then transmit data back to Earth, in real time, clearly and without delays.
As most global markets experience growth, South Africa remains in an economic quagmire. Due to credit rating downgrades, a volatile currency, and lower contributions to GDP from the country's major economic spinners – the agriculture, manufacturing, and mining sectors – the country is experiencing stubbornly high unemployment and anaemic economic growth.
PwC study shows four out of five executives (84%) surveyed report blockchain initiatives underway - China to overtake US as leading blockchain developer within three to five years - Trust, regulatory uncertainty identified as biggest barriers to business adoption - 84% of executives surveyed by PwC report that their organisations are involved with blockchain technology – 15% state they are fully live.