Dublin, Nov. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The "Artificial Intelligence – Executive Briefing" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Generative AI Takes Center Stage
The updated executive briefing on artificial intelligence, with a concentrated focus on generative AI, is essential for understanding the sweeping changes AI is expected to bring across all business sectors.
Themes and Coverage
Generative AI: Exploring the explosive growth in generative AI and its cross-sectoral impact.
AI Chips Development: Insights into the advances in AI chips technology.
Environmental Impact: An assessment of the ecological implications of AI expansion.
AI Regulations: A look into the evolving landscape of AI governance and compliance.
Strategic Business Implications
Industry Disruption: Generative AI presents both threats and opportunities for disruption in every industry.
Cross-Sector Impact: The reliability and factual accuracy of generative AI applications are set to revolutionize various business functions.
Market Trends: Analysis of current market trends, including environmental and regulatory considerations.
Investment and Strategy
Competitive Benchmarking: Allows comparison of AI readiness among construction sector companies.
Vendor Assessment: Identification and evaluation of leading AI technology providers.
Strategic Planning: Aids in formulating a robust AI adoption strategy.
Sales and Marketing Insights
Industry Challenges: Understanding of the construction industry's challenges and AI's role in addressing them.
Use Case Development: Guidance on the most effective AI applications for sales and marketing strategies.
Investor Targeting: Information on which companies are ahead in adopting AI, providing lucrative investment opportunities.
Future Planning: Assistance in preparing for long-term success by investing in pertinent AI technologies.
For more detailed insights on how AI technologies like generative AI are shaping industry landscapes, their environmental impact, regulatory challenges, and the potential for innovation in chip development, you can access the full report athttps://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/bppezo
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