How Investments in Third Wave AI Are Generating 5x Returns Today

How Investments in Third Wave AI Are Generating 5x Returns Today

AI is killing a generation of businesses, while those making AI investments are seeing a 5x return – positioning them for first mover market dominance. Companies can use Third Wave AI to build low cost prototypes that reduce operational costs and quickly build AI capability. Learn how forward looking companies are seeing benefits from Third Wave AI today in this Intelligence Brief.

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How Investments in Third Wave AI Are Generating 5x Returns Today

Artificial intelligence is no longer a technology of the future. It is here, and is disrupting businesses – regardless of whether or not those businesses are ready to be disrupted.

Yet, what you think you know about AI may be as outdated as magnetic storage. While the general public may think of AI in terms of Siri, Alexa, and self-driving cars, advances that are not yet consumer facing are far more capable. These “third wave” AI technologies can be deployed without extensive training, and can deliver an immediate ROI with an initial spend an order of magnitude less than the smallest capital equipment campaign.

Included in this Intelligence Brief:

  • The impact of underinvesting in AI
  • Common misconceptions about AI
  • What makes Third Wave AI an applicable and profitable tool for today’s businesses
  • How to start using Third Wave to build a low-cost prototype

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