Top AI services and products tipped to take off

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Top AI services and products tipped to take off

CPI asks five firms across different markets for their take on how to monetise the growing trend

Global spending on artificial intelligence (AI) systems is predicted to grow to nearly $35.8bn (€32.02bn) this year alone, according to a recent study by IDC analysts. CPI has asked two of the top cloud providers, an MSP, the world's largest managed service SD-WAN firm and a storage giant what AI products and services they're backing ahead of this growing influx of spending. The MSP: Zenzero - Russell Howarth, cybersecurity consultant For Zenzero, a UK-based MSP, the "true value" ...

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