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What’s next in digital & AI

The digital economy is transforming all our lives. How should we respond?

The penetration of digital technologies is arguably the most potent force for transformation of our time. Every company is thinking about how to respond—and surveys suggest that many executives feel unready for the disruption unfolding.

MGI has looked extensively at the digital economy, with a particular focus on the potential impact of artificial intelligence technologies on productivity and growth.

MGI’s leaders presented research on digital technologies around the world at forums including the OECD Forum in Paris, the New Economy Forum at the IMF annual meeting, the VivaTechnology conference in Paris, the Milken Institute Global Conference, the NASSCOM C Summit, the 2017 Sydney China Business Forum held at the University of Sydney Business School, the Software CEO Summit in Half Moon Bay, California; the Facebook Columbia University conference on the digital economy, and the Fortune Global Forum held in Guangzhou, China.


What’s now and next in analytics, AI, and automation

Innovations in digitization, analytics, AI, and automation are creating performance and productivity opportunities for business and the economy, even as they reshape employment and the future of work.

Artificial intelligence: The next digital frontier

MGI’s latest research on the future of work picked up from the earlier work on automation.

What AI can and can’t do (yet) for your business

Artificial intelligence is a moving target. Here’s how to take better aim.

Driving German competitiveness in the digital future

Germany’s economy grew 1.9 percent in 2016, faster than any other G7 economy, and its employment rate has risen by 10 percentage points in just over a decade.

Artificial intelligence and Southeast Asia’s future

AI is in its early stages of penetration in Southeast Asia. All member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are engaged in AI research at some level, with Singapore leading the way.

Digitization, AI, and the future of work: Imperatives for Europe

Digitization in Europe remains uneven, and overall the region remains behind China and the United States on its adoption of AI and automation.

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