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Taking the Pulse

Insights on technology and business trends

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  • How are businesses taking advantage of AI benefits?

    To take the pulse of technology and business trends, Dell Technologies regularly surveys 800 IT decision-makers across six countries (U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Brazil, and China).

    This month, we cast a spotlight on AI and asked IT decision-makers what their three-to-five-year forecasts are for AI.

    View more insights about the future of AI here.

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  • AI is on the cusp of upending the way we do business.

    ITDMs expect AI will fundamentally change their role. According to our survey:

    • 71% believe AI will impact most or all of what they do in three-to-five years
    • 48% saying their organization has accelerated data-driven insights with next-generation algorithms
    • 38% believe AI has already allowed their organization to surpass human limitations

    View more insights about the future of AI here.

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  • What does this mean for the future of AI?

    AI application will accelerate when Third Wave AI becomes mainstream. Third Wave takes a model-based approach that requires virtually no training and understands context and nuance.

    Some of this thinking is already underway, with 41% apparently working with employees to develop human-specific skills that complement AI but can’t be replicated by a machine.

    View more insights about the future of AI here.

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