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Harnessing the economic benefits of Artificial Intelligence

The industry is unanimous: AI will change the world and be ubiquitous in tomorrow’s economy. AI major gains are likely to focus on productivity, efficiency, automation  and costs, enabling consumers and businesses to capitalise on the digital economy. However, companies that fail to recognise the advent of AI and respond to them by disrupting themselves, innovating and re-engineering their business models will, at best, lose their competitive advantage, and at worst, disappear.

USA-China-EU plans for AI: where do we stand?

AI is internationally recognised as a main driver of future growth, competitiveness and job creation. It helps to increase productivity and efficiency and it lowers costs; it is also a major driver for innovation and promises to unlock new creative jobs and growth opportunities. AI is likely to be the competitive advantage of the 21st century: it is now the responsibility of policy makers and business leaders to seize the moment.

Energy harvesting to power the rise of the Internet of Things

Development within the domains of Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT) and consequently the diffusion of sensor networks and the desire to replace batteries are major force driving advances in energy harvesting technologies.

The race for automotive data: Digital platforms versus automotive manufacturers

The European automotive industry experiences substantial business opportunities in the coming years, especially by means of Digital Platforms and Big Data. Yet, traditional Original Equipement Manufacturers are facing fierce competition from digital players which are also attracted by these opportunities

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