How artificial intelligence is transforming business ecosystem
AI is already changing the way people do business around the globe. It has levelled the playing field for countries and given their companies a unique opportunity to progress and expand
Industries like healthcare, retail and e-commerce, food tech, banking and financial services, logistics and transportation, manufacturing and others have already implemented AI in revolutionary ways. Realising this, Governments in various countries are coming up with feasible solutions to help AI startups to invent new products and evolve the existing technologies
The business ecosystem is increasingly changing as a result of the adoption of new technologies. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one such technology that has the potential to revolutionise the corporate sector by providing a strategic edge to businesses in a crowded market. It may not be an overstatement to say that there hasn't been a sector in a business where AI hasn't made inroads already. AI is a positive aspect for technology-driven businesses because it not only guarantees business proficiency with maximum precision but also makes the company future-ready.
Changing business ecosystem with AI
AI is already changing the way people do business and trade around the globe. It has levelled the playing field for countries and given their companies a unique opportunity to progress and expand, whether they are rich or poor, established or growing, small or big. Although everyone has access to technology and knowledge, how each company uses it for what reason and with what objectives- is unique.
There are many advantages of AI in the corporate industry, and it has the potential to change companies by streamlining processes and decision-making. Thus, AI technology has evolved and changed numerous industries.
When we talk about AI in business, the corporate sector can no longer rely on conventional business models to drive growth due to the large amount of data available today and the rapidly changing demands and complexity of consumers. These seismic shifts have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for using AI to drive business growth by generating valuable intelligence from customer data.
In industry, artificial intelligence simply refers to the use of intelligent computer software with human-like capabilities to enhance customer service, increase productivity and performance, increase sales, organise distribution, and drive business growth and development.
Adapting to the new normal of tech
The rise of AI has inspired many of the new businesses that manufacture and develop advanced digital enablers. The entire focus of the race to meet the increasing demand of business and trade is on enhancing features.
AI is backed by a complex ecosystem consisting of Machine learning, Deep learning, Big data, Data science and many more. The companies are not only involved in the entire transition but also oversee driving the process. For successful integration of AI into the business ecosystem, one must also invent effective business models that can define real value for customers and future markets.
Businesses that use AI software have greater access to data in a variety of areas, including customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, fraud detection, finance, human resources, IT management, and other critical areas. AI also assists companies in finding human-like solutions to complicated challenges and automating processes. Organizations should refocus their energies on more innovative activities like brainstorming, innovation, and science.
Industries like healthcare, retail and e-commerce, food tech, banking and financial services, logistics and transportation, manufacturing and others have already implemented AI in revolutionary ways. Realising this, Governments in various countries are coming up with feasible solutions to help AI startups to invent new products and evolve the existing technologies. As we move on to a world that is gearing up to welcome 5G services, AI will play a crucial role in revolutionizing the commercial aspects of various products and services.
(The author is Founder and CEO of AI tech company Onpassive)