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Has AI adoption plateaued, or is it just catching its breath?

On Dec 18, 2020
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While AI adoption in the enterprise has slowed, major breakthroughs in AI research this year show the technology is still moving forward.

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Has AI adoption plateaued, or is it just catching its breath?

Has AI adoption plateaued, or is it just catching its breath?

While AI adoption in the enterprise has slowed, major breakthroughs in AI research this year show the technology is still moving forward.

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