Technology is changing the world and the pace of change is fast, and the demand for artificial-intelligence software is growing exponentially.
Companies are spending billions on research into artificial intelligence, and this has left them in a Catch-22.
According to McKinsey Global Institute, by 2020 there will be more AI research spending in India than any other country, and it is expected that by 2020 AI will be in more than 80 percent of all IT projects in the country.
But as AI gains in sophistication, its influence is rapidly growing and its costs are increasing.
This is why there are so many companies investing in artificial intelligence research.
Companies can do this because they can leverage the data that AI generates.
AI is already an important part of India’s economy, and is also an important component of the AI ecosystem.
But the companies that are investing in AI are also doing so in a way that is designed to make sure they don’t lose money.
For example, companies are looking for companies that can leverage AI to make smarter decisions.
If you look at the biggest AI companies, they are investing a lot in research and developing AI.
For instance, if you look in the US, there are companies like Amazon that are looking at how to use AI to do everything from predict how long it will take Amazon to open an online store to help them get customers.
Companies like Google are also looking at ways to make AI smarter.
Companies want to use it to make more efficient decisions and to provide better services.
But they are also trying to ensure that the costs don’t go up too much.
As the Indian government’s AI push becomes more mainstream, companies want to be able to use the data they collect to do things like improve their customer experience.
As a result, these companies are investing billions of dollars into AI research.
But these investments have to be structured properly and they have to go towards something that will deliver value for their shareholders.
This article was first published in The Times Of India.
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