Two-thirds of businesses worldwide are willing to share their data with third-parties, says MIT Technology Review Insights

Two-thirds of businesses worldwide are willing to share their data with third-parties, says MIT Technology Review Insights

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SINGAPORE, March 26, 2020

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SINGAPORE, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A new research program by MIT Technology Review Insights explores trends in global AI adoption and the potential for companies across industries to share data with each other in the future.

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The program, The global AI agenda, is developed in association with Genesys, Philips, and NUS Business School's Centre on AI Technology for Humankind, and includes a survey of more than 1,000 leaders as well as in-depth interviews with AI experts worldwide. The research examines the leading AI use cases by industry, brings the latest thought leadership on AI and ethics, and provides case studies of companies seeking to scale AI solutions. It will be published in a series of white papers between March and June 2020.

The first report, "The global AI agenda: Promise, reality, and the future of data sharing," is released today. The findings are as follows: 

Click here to view the report.

Further publications in "The global AI agenda" series will include white papers exploring AI trends in Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. These will be published throughout April, May, and June 2020.

We will also be releasing a new data set, working in partnership with Faethm—a future of work data company—that shows the impact of Covid-19 on jobs in key industries in several major markets worldwide. The data shows the proportion of jobs in key industries that are "remoteable"—with a lower workplace transmission risk—and explores the potential of emerging technologies to make those jobs safer and more productive. 

For more information please contact:

Claire Beatty
Editorial director - international custom content
MIT Technology Review
cbeatty@mit.edu

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