Over 200 data points exist today that can typically provide more than 140 use cases, with the vehicles generating a value of almost $100 per car.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Frost & Sullivan’s analysis, Automotive Data Monetization Pricing and Business Models, highlights the potential to monetize $100 per car currently and delves into how data monetization across the automotive ecosystem starts with an overarching digital strategy. For instance, to build a recurring service revenue stream or prescribe measurable objectives, digital innovation is mandatory. However, the automotive industry has to master software capabilities and introduce new monetization models to remain profitable. The total number of connected vehicles, activation rate, and consent rate are some of the key factors that help determine the automotive data monetization market across various data types.

The total revenue opportunity for an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the automotive data monetization market is expected to remain on a very strong growth trajectory over the next seven years, growing from $2 Billion in 2017 to $33 Billion in 2025.

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“Contextual and vehicle usage data will evolve as the new data currency for value creation amongst B2B/B2C entities involved in the automotive ecosystem as smart mobility, connected cars and autonomous vehicles become the most viable use cases,” said Niranjan Manohar, Intelligent Mobility Program Manager.

According to Frost & Sullivan, OEMs focused on connected cars, autonomous driving, and mobility must realize the disruption from non-automotive companies like Uber, Didi Chuxing, Google, and Apple. OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers need to reshape their business around IoT and big data analytics, with a focused approach to security across both horizontal and vertical business layers.

The research reveals the major growth opportunities, including:

  • OEMs’ partnerships with technology companies to share data (only with the customers’ consent) with recommended third-party service providers, such as insurance companies and smart parking service providers; and
  • Tier 1 companies investing in startups that are focusing on data-driven platforms, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to leverage Internet of Things applications.

“OEMs are expected to consolidate the car data ecosystem between 2020 and 2025, eventually becoming potential technology integrators and, correspondingly, data gatekeepers,” said Manohar.

Automotive Data Monetization Pricing and Business Models is part of Frost & Sullivan’s Mobility Growth Partnership Services program.

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LONDON, February 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

Cambridge research facility will advance BenevolentAI drug programmes into the clinic more quickly and at a much larger scale 

BenevolentAI, one of the world’s largest private AI companies, today announced that it has acquired a state-of-the-art drug discovery and development facility on the Babraham Research Campus in Cambridge (UK) for an undisclosed sum.

The acquisition creates a unique AI-enabled research centre that can radically reduce the time it takes for drug candidates to enter clinical testing and deliver significantly higher success rates in treating or curing disease.

The acquisition marks the first time an AI company will be able to work across the entire drug development process ‘end-to-end’ from drug discovery to late stage clinical development.

The acquired drug discovery and development facility has a large scientific team with deep expertise in assay development and screening, medicinal and synthetic chemistry, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, pharmacology and clinical development. The Cambridge team will integrate with BenevolentAI’s world class drug discovery scientists, using AI to rapidly advance the right drugs to the right patients.

BenevolentAI’s artificial intelligence technology has successfully generated novel drug candidates to treat a range of complex and previously untreatable diseases. The company has rapidly expanded its drug research pipeline to include 19 programmes since establishing its drug development subsidiary BenevolentBio less than 2 years ago. 

Ken Mulvany, founder and chairman of BenevolentAI commented:

“We have built an artificial intelligence technology that can read and understand the world’s biomedical information, then perform complex reasoning, to tell us things about disease never understood before. This enables us to discover new medicines like no other organisation and drive cures for diseases that were previously untreatable.

The acquisition has expanded our scale and capability overnight and created something that previously did not exist – an AI company truly integrated across every stage of the drug development process.”

BenevolentAI is the global leader in the development and application of AI for scientific innovation. It is the largest private AI company in Europe and one of the world’s top five private AI companies.

The company has built a proprietary AI technology platform that ingests and processes knowledge from any source of vast complex scientific data and then analyses, reasons and extracts knowledge.  The technology enables BenevolentAI to generate new scientific insights very quickly at a massive scale.

In the first instance BenevolentAI has applied its technology to accelerate the discovery of new medicines creating the world’s richest bioscience knowledge graph containing well over 1bn meaningful relationships specific to drug discovery. The technology enables a completely unique understanding of disease and can deliver significantly higher success rates in discovering new medicines and potential cures for disease.    

The company has made significant progress in accelerating drug development, including the initiation of 19 validated drug research programmes, including a breakthrough in ALS in 2017, where positive results for its AI derived invention was announced BenevolentAI has entered into significant license agreements with some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies and began its first Phase IIb clinical study in 2017.  

Whilst the pharmaceutical sector is an area of tremendous opportunity, there is the also the opportunity to apply its technology to other science-based industries underpinning many of the world’s most valuable markets such as advanced materials, agriculture, nutraceuticals and animal health. Initially BenevolentAI will start its exploration into other scientific verticals by looking at how its technology can be applied to the multi-billion-dollar energy storage market.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce that Julian Chu, Director, Global Customer Experience, Google, will be moderating a panel discussion on Revolutionary AI? Yes. But How Do I Get There? at the 14th Annual Customer Contact East: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange, taking place April 8 – 11, 2018  at the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort in Marco Island, Florida.

Expert panelists including Gabriele Masili, General Manager, Windows and Devices Group Support Business Unit, Microsoft, Crystal Collier, Head of Strategy, Programs & Insights, Electronic Arts (EA), and Adrian Guenther, Vice President, Individual Annuity Customer Service, Lincoln Financial Group, will be sharing their current thinking and approach to automation and AI. They will discuss the necessary tools, processes and responsibilities in implementing AI, including how to engage talent in integrating automated solutions and important lessons learned.

To register for the 14th Annual Customer Contact East: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange, or to view the event agenda, please visit: www.frost.com/ccs

Renee Cacchillo, Senior Vice President, Customer, Brand and Technology, Safelite Group, will give a keynote presentation, Safelite’s Journey to Customer Excellence: Transforming Business by Being Purpose Driven. Renee will explain how when Safelite became more agile as an organization, it drove superior customer engagement, satisfaction and truly memorable customer service. Key take-aways will include guidelines on how to avoid the fear of moving from a traditional organizational structure to one that provides flexibility and takes advantage of cross-team talent. Renee will highlight the best ways to listen to your customers, move fast to provide the tools they need to do business with you, and have them walking away feeling they were in control the entire time!

Renee brings a wealth of experience and best practice knowledge to her role at the Safelite Group, including delivering results in fast-paced, consumer-focused businesses such as Bob Evans and Mimi’s Café Restaurants, Bath & Body Works/Limited Brands, Hallmark and Dillard’s Department Stores. At Accenture, she led large scale system implementations in change management.

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — CEVA, Inc. (NASDAQ: CEVA), the leading licensor of signal processing platforms and artificial intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, today introduced PentaG™, a comprehensive 5G intellectual property (IP) platform for enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB). Compliant to the 3GPP 5G New Radio (NR) Release-15 and software upgradable for Release-16, PentaG is targeted at smartphones, fixed wireless access and the many other embedded devices that can take advantage of multi-gigabit data rates to enable services and use cases such as 4K video streaming, augmented reality, virtual reality, autonomous driving and home broadband.

PentaG builds on CEVA’s two decades of experience in developing DSP platforms for 2G, 3G and 4G LTE modem design, which have been licensed and deployed by many of the world’s leading wireless communications semiconductor companies and smartphone OEMs. To date, more than 8 billion handsets have shipped worldwide powered by CEVA DSPs.

Mike Demler, senior analyst at the Linley Group commented: “5G promises to revolutionize how the world communicates, delivering unprecedented levels of performance, coverage and reliability. CEVA’s PentaG modular design offers an innovative approach to handle the complexities of 5G processing for enhanced mobile broadband, combining function-specific IPs together with the latest machine learning techniques in a compelling platform offering.”

To address the massive performance and technical challenges associated with 5G processing and deliver a comprehensive solution for its customers, PentaG was designed as CEVA’s most advanced set of technologies ever for a baseband architecture. It includes a unique combination of specialized scalar and vector DSP processors with an enhanced 5G instruction set architecture (ISA), specialized co-processors, accelerators, software and other essential IP blocks, in a highly configurable and modular architecture. Included in PentaG is an innovative AI processor that takes advantage of machine learning techniques to deliver up to 8X performance improvement for link adaptation workloads, compared to the conventional software approach. In addition, due to the array of specialized co-processors and accelerators, such as Vector MAC Unit (VMU), PentaG achieves up to 50% power savings for commonly used workloads, all within the low latency constraints and extreme throughput requirements of 5G NR.

Michael Boukaya, vice president and general manager of the wireless business unit at CEVA, commented: “The 5G standard poses immense challenges for wireless semiconductor designers to build modems that are powerful, yet efficient enough to meet the strict power budget constraints of enhanced mobile broadband. We designed PentaG to overcome the limitations of conventional DSP-based LTE/LTE-Advanced architectures, which simply do not scale to support 5G. The PentaG platform is powerful enough to support the most critical 5G NR functions in the most efficient manner possible, while offering the flexibility to allow customers to combine specific PentaG components with their incumbent technologies.”

PentaG supports the full gamut of 5G eMBB use cases, including standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA), mmWave and sub-6 GHz. The platform sustains an impressive bit-rate of up to 10Gbps and offers a scalable architecture to support most advanced wireless technologies like Massive-MIMO, beamforming and complex link adaptation schemes.

The PentaG platform is composed of a number of specialized IP blocks that together form a comprehensive system to solve complex modem problems. These include:

  • Enhanced CEVA-XC4500 DSP with 5G ISA Extensions: based on the silicon-proven CEVA-XC4500 DSP, this enhanced implementation includes new 5G ISA extensions specifically designed to accelerate key functions in the modem. These ISA extensions ensure that the enhanced CEVA-XC4500 delivers a 4X performance boost over the existing CEVA-XC4500 in downlink channel modules in the New Radio Physical Downlink Control Channel (NR-PDCCH) and New Radio Physical Downlink Shared Channel (NR-PDSCH) in addition to measurement procedures and link adaptation functions.
  • 5G AI Processor: a fully programmable and scalable processor that uses machine learning methods to enable advanced beamforming techniques and link adaptation scenarios as defined in 5G-NR Release15, Type-I and Type-II, using neural networks rather than a traditional database search approach. The 5G AI processor increases downlink data throughput by 20% and ensures unmatched performance under the most advanced maximum likelihood decoding (MLD) equalization schemes.
  • Vector MAC Unit (VMU): a fully-programmable co-processor incorporating 64-MAC units, designed to handle advanced channel estimation measurements and schemes in multiple channels including NR-PDSCH and Channel State Information Reference Signal (CSI-RS).
  • Cluster of CEVA-X2 DSPs: 5G PHY control is extremely performance intensive and demands ultra-low latency. Utilizing a multi-core cluster composed of CEVA-X2 scalar DSPs with dedicated SoC mechanisms, PentaG offers outstanding PHY control performance.
  • Polar and LDPC Encoder and Decoder accelerators: 5G NR eMBB channel coding demands high throughput and very low latency. The Polar and LDPC accelerators are highly tuned to these requirements, ensuring exceptional performance for such compute intensive tasks.

PentaG reduces the enormous complexity of designing next-generation 5G NR enhanced mobile broadband modems. The platform is complemented with a complete hardware and software development environment, including FPGA-based development board, allowing customers to immediately begin their 5G software implementation and accelerate their modem development.

Additionally, customers can take advantage of the PentaG modular architecture to combine their incumbent technologies together with PentaG components for differentiated design and fast time-to-market. CEVA offers the option to license the full PentaG platform or its individual components, which can be integrated into their modem design via standard interfaces.

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PentaG will be available for licensing to select customers in the second quarter of 2018 and for general licensing in the third quarter of 2018. For more information on PentaG, visit: https://www.ceva-dsp.com/product/ceva-pentag.

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CEVA is the leading licensor of signal processing platforms and artificial intelligence processors for a smarter, connected world. We partner with semiconductor companies and OEMs worldwide to create power-efficient, intelligent and connected devices for a range of end markets, including mobile, consumer, automotive, industrial and IoT. Our ultra-low-power IPs for vision, audio, communications and connectivity include comprehensive DSP-based platforms for LTE/LTE-A/5G baseband processing in handsets, infrastructure and machine-to-machine devices, advanced imaging and computer vision for any camera-enabled device, audio/voice/speech and ultra-low power always-on/sensing applications for multiple IoT markets. For artificial intelligence, we offer a family of AI processors capable of handling the complete gamut of neural network workloads, on-device. For connectivity, we offer the industry’s most widely adopted IPs for Bluetooth (low energy and dual mode) and Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax up to 4×4). Visit us at www.ceva-dsp.com and follow us on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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LONDON, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — EY today announced that it is the first organization to achieve the highest recognition in both delivery and capability in implementing robotic process automation (RPA) at scale and speed from Blue Prism, a leading RPA software provider. This recognition means EY is the first organization to build out Blue Prism’s transformational automation capabilities at scale using the company’s Robotic Operating Model (ROM).

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The Platinum-level Blue Prism Delivery Provider Certification sets stringent quality standards in delivery of transformational RPA deployments. EY demonstrated the highest levels of advanced training and service to deploy intelligent automation across enterprises, and even surpassed Platinum criteria for the number of accredited developers by more than 20%.

To achieve the Gold-level Blue Prism Capability Provider Certification, EY demonstrated the experience to design and build enterprise-wide Blue Prism Digital Workforce capabilities that help deliver better business outcomes and significant value for clients across a variety of different industries. This rigorous certification standard is based on industry-leading requirements for design experience and methodology, architecture, organization, governance, security, process and people.

Chris Lamberton, EY EMEIA Robotic Process Automation Leader, Financial Services Organization, says:

“This recognition is a significant milestone for EY and a great vote of confidence by clients. We’re demonstrating that intelligent automation, with RPA at its core, is a business solution that can transform mission critical enterprise operations. We are focused on driving customer success using Blue Prism in traditional sectors such as financial services as well as in new markets such as health and public services and across the emerging high-growth geographies of India, Asia Pacific and Japan — and in all cases supporting staff to help maximize their potential aided by RPA. Driving an enterprise-wide digital transformation requires vision, time and resources, and together with Blue Prism, we are helping customers to achieve just that, while at the same time advancing the EY internal transformation, relying on Blue Prism and a rapidly-growing number of robots, currently more than 300, in India.”

Weston Jones, EY Global and Americas Robotic and Intelligent Automation Leader, Advisory, says:

“EY services have helped deliver more than 400 intelligent automation projects for more than 100 clients in 40 countries, bringing RPA, digital and cognitive capabilities to enterprises across the globe in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, telecommunications, consumer products, banking and insurance sectors. These EY certifications in delivery and capability are a hallmark of EY quality.”

By automating certain tasks using RPA software, companies can free up employees’ time to focus on more strategic initiatives.

One example of EY working to support the delivery of RPA and digital-enabled transformation globally is with HSBC across Europe, India, the Asia Pacific region and the United States.

Brian Halpin, HSBC Global Head of Automation, says:

“EY is working with HSBC to help implement our vision to deploy digital technology across our operations. We are focused on enhancing the customer experience with improved quality and quicker response times, and enabling our workforce to focus on strategic activities, rather than repetitive tasks.”

To date, EY has certified more than 500 people across the globe on Blue Prism technology to help organizations implement intelligent automation most effectively. In addition, through the EY Automation Center of Excellence, EY is one of the world’s largest users of RPA in automating its internal processes.

Alastair Bathgate, CEO, Blue Prism, says:

“Blue Prism is the industry’s most sought after partner program and EY is the first and only of our ecosystem to achieve the highest certification levels both in delivery and capability. We set stringent standards, benchmarks and customer surveys that ensure our accredited partners demonstrate credible proof of their expertise and delivery experience to their clients. We’re delighted to see EY achieve this significant milestone because together we are helping organizations drive digital transformation on a global scale.”

Ali Zaidi, Research Director, IDC, says:

“As companies look to transform their enterprises through emerging technologies, RPA is often the starting point that opens the door to artificial intelligence, blockchain and more. As a result, consulting companies such as EY that meet high standards in RPA are well placed to enable organizations in their digital transformation journeys.”

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NEW YORK, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Next Platform is proud to announce that former Assistant Dean and Distinguished Engineer for Research Computing at Harvard, Dr. James Cuff, has joined the editorial team in a full-time capacity as Distinguished Technical Author.

As the leading publication covering distributed systems in research and large enterprise, Dr. Cuff rounds out a seasoned editorial team that delivers in-depth analysis from the worlds of supercomputing, artificial intelligence, cloud and hyperscale datacenters, and the many other technology areas that comprise the highest end of today’s IT ecosystems.

Dr. Cuff brings significant real-world, large-scale systems and software experiences to bear following a twenty-year career in what he calls “practical supercomputing.” Among a host of other experiences, James supported the initial teams who annotated multiple genomes at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. 

Over the last decade, James built a research computing organization from scratch at Harvard.  During his tenure, he designed and built a green datacenter, petascale parallel storage, low-latency networks and sophisticated, integrated supercomputer platforms. However, more importantly he built and worked with phenomenal teams of people who supported our world’s most complex and advanced scientific research. 

Dr. Cuff and his teams often needed to quickly design and implement scalable distributed computing systems. These systems had handle everything from annotating the human genome, to understanding the formation of galaxies in our early universe, to deep learning with high-capacity, high-speed data environments to help unravel the detailed wiring diagram of the human brain. 

Dr. Cuff was most recently in his leadership position at Harvard, and holds a degree in Chemistry from Manchester University and a doctorate in Molecular Biophysics with a focus on neural networks and protein structure prediction from Oxford University. 

He is excited to bring his perspectives to The Next Platform editorial team, being a sophisticated end user of technology, but more so as a life-long pragmatic and enthusiastic practitioner of what we need to do “to get the job done.” 

It is this wide range of practical HPC experiences that make Dr. Cuff an excellent addition to The Next Platform as they push ahead with another year of following the most interesting computing problems (and solutions) at scale. The publication’s nearly half million monthly readers can expect weekly insights from Cuff and appearances at major industry events.

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PUNE, India, February 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

According to the new market research report on the “Smart Robot Market by Component (Hardware and Software), Industrial Application (Automotive, Electronics, and Food & Beverages), Personal Service Application, Professional Service Application, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023”, published by MarketsandMarkets™ , the market is valued at USD 4.94 Billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 14.29 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 23.7% between 2018 and 2023. The market is mainly driven by the factors such as growing adoption of autonomous robots for professional services, emerging technological advancement in the field of robotics, increasing investments toward industrial automation, and growing government aid for R&D of AI-enabled robots.

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Smart robot market for software to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period 

The smart robot market for software is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period. As technological advancements lead to the growing complexity in terms of features such as inter device connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), and autonomous operations, the value of the software part in the overall smart robot market will increase more than that of hardware as software assists complex functionalities to process efficiently and accurately.

Automotive industrial application held a larger share of the smart robot market in 2017 

Among all major industrial applications, automotive held the largest share of 54.5% of the overall smart robot market in 2017. Extensive use of computer vision cameras in machinery inspection, installations of IIoTs, and use of big data are the factors driving the growth of the smart robot market for automobile applications.

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Americas is the major consumer of smart robots 

The Americas accounted for the largest share of the overall smart robot market in 2016. The Americas is the early adopter of smart robots for all major industrial and service applications, thereby resulting in the maximum demand for robots from this region.

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CAMBRIDGE, England, February 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

Unique architecture system powers the analysis of trillions of data points in seconds

GeoSpock® – the extreme-scale data integration platform that provides analytics, builds insight, and enables predictions across space and time – today announced that it has raised an additional $6.6M in closing its Series A funding round, bringing the total raised to $13.2M. The round was led by Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) with existing investors Parkwalk Advisors and Sir Michael Marshall. In addition, Japanese strategic investors Global Brain and 31 Ventures also participated.

GeoSpock aims to become the de facto processing engine at the heart of next-generation infrastructure, including smart cities and Internet of Everything (IoE), as well as powering future mobility applications, including the management of autonomous vehicle fleets.

The company’s revolutionary data engine analyses extreme amounts of contextual data in sub-second response times. It has the capability to significantly improve artificial intelligence (AI) speed, enabling the use of extreme data to train new systems, and can integrate and correlate information from a wide variety of data sources at a moment’s notice. The platform is used by customers in the mobility, smart city, ad tech, financial services, telematics, and telco sectors, who benefit from interactive analytics at scale.

Richard Baker, CEO at GeoSpock commented: “The investment underpins GeoSpocks significant growth projections, with a focus on developing and growing its commercial and engineering teams in the UK, Europe, Japan, and the US. We are privileged to have such a strong portfolio of investors with us on this stage of the journey.

Victor Christou, CEO of Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC), commented: GeoSpocks products allow companies to assess and predict geographical demand rapidly, to improve management and allocation of resources. The opportunity presented by the analysis of geospatial data is huge and GeoSpock is at the forefront of this innovation, helping companies use these insights to simplify the complexity of data and make better commercial decisions as a result. We welcome Global Brain and 31 Ventures, bringing their expertise to help GeoSpock develop within the Asian market.

Naoki Kamimaeda, Partner in charge of AI & Cyber Security at Global Brain, added: GeoSpock is transforming the way that geospatial and temporal data is processed. Global Brain is excited to support a company whom we believe has a unique offering for the problems caused by big data analysis and does it at a speed of which other companies only dream.

Alastair Kilgour, CIO at Parkwalk Advisors, commented: The technological development at GeoSpock since Parkwalk first invested has been staggering. The ability to analyse Big Geospatial Data in real time is why the technology is being trialled across multiple industries with initial strong traction in media, autonomous vehicles and smart cities, where real-time data analysis is crucial to a successful operational outcome. GeoSpock, when successfully productised, will affect the way many live their lives.

Dr Steve Marsh, Founder and CTO of GeoSpock, said: Its no longer enough to talk about big data; businesses are dealing with petabyte-scales of information and are seeking ways to extract meaningful answers from their data assets, which has to date been a costly and time-consuming process. GeoSpocks architecture simplifies this process by improving speed and accuracy of analysis to drive high-quality actionable insights unlocking the potential of extreme data across a wide variety of industry sectors. The completion of this funding round enables GeoSpock to continue its rapid growth and provide mission-critical solutions to help power smart infrastructure and future mobility services.

About GeoSpock
GeoSpock® provides a data integration platform, which visualises large amounts of contextual data in milliseconds. Its architecture has the ability to analyse trillions of geospatial and temporal data points in sub-second response time with its high performance, cloud-based services – infin8™, illumin8™, and extrapol8™. Conceived by Dr Steve Marsh while reading for his PhD in Computer Science at Cambridge University and founded as a business in 2013. GeoSpock is the future of big data management, providing extreme-scale, high volume-ingest, ease of use, and interactive results. Learn more at http://www.geospock.com

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DUBLIN, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Market by Offering (Hardware, Software, Services), Technology, Deployment Type, Application, End-User Industry, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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The artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing market is expected to be valued at USD 6.46 Billion in 2018 and is likely to reach USD 40.09 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 29.79% between 2018 and 2025.

Growth in the adoption of customer-centric marketing strategies, increase in demand for virtual assistants, and increased use of social media for advertising are the major factors driving the demand for AI-based marketing and sales solutions.

In this report, the AI in marketing market has been segmented on the basis of offerings, deployment types, applications, technologies, end-user industries, and regions. Among offerings, software holds the largest share of the overall AI in marketing market owing to the developments in AI software and related software development kits.

Among deployment types, the market for cloud deployment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR between 2018 and 2025. Several businesses have already moved part of their operations to the cloud, which has encouraged vendors to develop cloud-based solutions as the data to be protected is on the cloud.

Among applications, virtual assistant is the fastest-growing application. Virtual assistants are increasingly being used for sales purposes as they are designed to increase productivity and eliminate time-consuming lead generation activity, thus allowing salespeople to focus on other productive parts of the job.

On the basis of technologies, the market has been segmented into machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, and context-aware computing. Machine learning’s ability to collect and handle big data, along with its increased ability to perform previously impossible calculations, is fueling the growth of the market for machine learning.

Among end-user industries, the enterprise industry holds the largest share of the AI in marketing market. The enterprise industry is using AI in marketing for various applications, such as virtual assistants, sales and marketing automation, analytics, and social media advertising.

The AI in marketing market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2018 and 2025. This growth can be attributed to the adoption of AI services in end-user industries such as retail, BFSI, enterprise, and media and advertising in countries such as Japan, China, Australia, and South Korea.

Market Dynamics

Drivers

  • Growing Adoption Of Customer-Centric Marketing Strategies
  • Increased Use Of Social Media For Advertising
  • Increase In Demand For Virtual Assistants

Restraints

  • Limited Number Of Ai Experts

Opportunities

  • Growth In Adoption Of Cloud-Based Applications And Services
  • Evolution Of Marketing Analytics

Challenges

  • Concerns Regarding Data Privacy
  • Unreliability Of Ai Algorithms

Use Cases

  • Redballoon Used Albert Technologies Platform To Reduce Customer Acquisition Cost
  • Lincoln Motor Company Used Oculus360 Ai-Driven Consumer Insights Platform
  • Abuv Media Used Sentient Ascend For Widget Creation
  • Garmin Used Gumgum Ai Technology To Increase Customer Awareness Of Vvosmart 3 Smart Activity Tracker
  • Carrefour Used Appier Ai To Grow Online Store Purchases

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Research Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Premium Insights

5. Market Overview

6. Artificial Intelligence In Marketing Market, By Offering

7. Artificial Intelligence In Marketing Market, By Deployment Type

8. Artificial Intelligence In Marketing Market, By Technology

9. Artificial Intelligence In Marketing Market, By Application

10. Artificial Intelligence In Marketing Market, By End-User Industry

11. Geographic Analysis

12. Competitive Landscape

13. Company Profiles

  • Albert Technologies (Israel)
  • Alphabet (US)
  • Amazon (US)
  • and Oculus360 (US)
  • Appier (US)
  • Baidu (China)
  • Drawbridge (US)
  • Facebook (US)
  • GumGum (US)
  • IBM (US)
  • InsideSales (US)
  • Intel (US)
  • Mariana (US)
  • Micron (US)
  • Microsoft (US)
  • Narrative Science (US)
  • NVIDIA (US)
  • Oracle (US)
  • Persado (US)
  • Salesforce (US)
  • Samsung Electronics (Korea)
  • Sentient Technologies (US)
  • Twitter (US)
  • Xilinx (US)
  • Zensed (Sweden)

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PARIS, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Chris Burke has forged his career in the telecommunications, IT and technology spanning more than 30 years in both Europe and North America. He has held technical and management responsibilities at a telecom equipment supplier (Nortel), a fixed-line carrier (Energis), a wireless service provider (Vodafone), and a consumer device manufacturer (Research In Motion – RIM).

Chris divides his time between board of Directors’ positions, numerous advisory roles and his investment and advisory business, Buster Burke Ltd.

Chris’ comprehensive experience will help Ercom scale-up its development in the Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence businesses, and support its international development.

 “I’m very happy to announce Chris Burke as a Senior Advisor for Ercom. Chris’s experience in both technological and business worlds will obviously be extremely valuable for us to drive the development of our activities and support our geographical expansion” said Yannick Dupuch, CEO of Ercom.

About Ercom 

Ercom is a French technology company that specializes in securing devices, communications and data sharing, and has been in business for over 30 years.  Ercom provides a complete range of easy-to-use and government-grade solutions to cover the growing needs for internal and external secure communications for all types of enterprises.  Ercom has recently launched its Artificial Intelligence business to address various verticals, starting with fraud management for Banks.

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