One third of tech providers plan to spend more than $1m on AI - Gartner

AI computer vision followed by AI-generated composite applications were ranked as some of the higher tech to invest in

Kelsey Rees
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Artificial intelligence (AI) technology will see increased investments of more than $1m (€857,655) over the next two years. That is according to Gartner, whose new survey found that 33 per cent of technology and service provider organisations ranked AI highly as a top investment, with a further 87 per cent believing industry-wide funding for AI will increase at a moderate to fast pace through 2022. "Rapidly evolving, diverse AI technologies will impact every industry," said Gartner managing...

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