Jiwei network news, January 20, according to IDC's recent release of the "IDC FutureScape: Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation Market 2022 Forecast - China Revelations" report shows that by 2024, nearly 20% of IoT systems will support artificial intelligence, while nearly 30% of edge infrastructure systems, more than 35% of data center systems and nearly 90% of IT client systems will support artificial intelligence.
Here are the specifics of IDC's top 10 forecasts for the Chinese Intelligence and Automation market in 2022:
By 2023, different AI regulations will emerge in Europe, the United States, and Asia, which will encourage regional AI solutions and capabilities on the one hand, and consider how to balance regulation, innovation and commercialization on the other hand. China currently sees the application of AI as a strategic opportunity rather than a public issue, and AI regulation is likely to emerge in 2025, when the promotion of AI will be delayed and complicated by regulation for 40% of China's top 1,000 companies.
By 2025, more than 60% of Chinese companies will combine human expertise with artificial intelligence, machine learning, NLP and pattern recognition to make intelligent predictions and decisions, enhance the foresight of the entire enterprise, and increase employee productivity and productivity by 25%.
By 2024, 50% of China's Fortune 1000 companies' investments in business automation will go to multimodal code-free automation platforms to support digital empowerment for professional developers and business users.
By 2022, 60% of China's Top 1000 companies will expand their use of AI/ML in all cross-cutting functions of key businesses, such as marketing, legal, human resources, procurement and supply chain, logistics, and more.
By 2025, 20% of China's Top 1,000 companies will adopt process mining as the control layer of end-to-end business processes, and will have at least 20% more profits than companies that do not adopt.
By 2024, 60% of Chinese enterprises will operate their ML workflows through MLOps/ModelOps and inject AI into the IT infrastructure operations process through AlOps capabilities.
By 2022, 60 percent of China's Top 1,000 companies will deploy conversational AI applications in a wide range of use cases across multiple languages, and 10 percent of them will be based on advanced language models such as BERT and GPT-3.
By 2026, 50 percent of China's Top 1,000 companies will invest in climate hazard assessment, adaptation and identification based on neural networks, resulting in 25 percent profit growth.
By 2024, nearly 20 percent of IoT systems will support AI, while nearly 30 percent of edge infrastructure systems, more than 35 percent of data center systems, and nearly 90 percent of IT client systems will support AI.
By 2024, 50% of companies using computer vision will adopt pre-trained models that meet their needs in low-code environments, or transfer learning based on sparse data sets. (Proofreading/New)
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