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Unlocking Potential: How AI is Reshaping Traditional Industries


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer a futuristic concept. It has become a reality and is transforming the way we live and work.

Nowadays AI is being used in almost every field, and 50% of organizations report using AI tools for at least one function within their operations. 

Generative AI programs such as DALL-E, Bard, Copilot, and ChatGPT have also been adopted by a significant number of people. In particular, OpenAI’s ChatGPT boasts 100 million users and over a billion monthly hits.

Which industries have been the most impacted by AI?

As of 2023, the global AI in the healthcare market is expected to reach $84.3 billion, exceeding previous estimates. A recent study by Accenture shows that 90% of healthcare organizations are now using AI in some form, with applications ranging from drug discovery and clinical trials to personalized medicine and robotic surgery.

Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI):
The global AI in the BFSI market is expected to reach $109.4 billion by 2027, fueled by increasing adoption in fraud detection, personalized financial advice, and automated claims processing. A 2023 report by Capgemini highlights its growing significance, indicating that 92% of financial institutions are actively investing in AI.

The global AI in retail market is estimated to reach $1.76 trillion by 2025, driven by its role in optimizing inventory management, personalizing customer experiences, and improving supply chain efficiency. A recent report by McKinsey & Company suggests that retailers who leverage AI effectively can achieve revenue growth of 10-15%, showcasing its potential impact.

Global AI in marketing is projected to reach $12.3 billion by 2027, reflecting its use in personalized content creation, targeted advertising, and customer journey optimization. A 2023 study by HubSpot shows that 80% of marketers are already using AI in some form, demonstrating its widespread adoption in the marketing field.

The global autonomous vehicle market is expected to reach $556.67 billion by 2027, and AI is expected to play a major role in the future of transportation in multiple areas. A recent report by the World Economic Forum suggests huge potential economic benefits; AI-powered traffic management could save $500 billion annually

The rise in AI adoption has created a demand for AI-skilled professionals in the U.S,  the top three sectors with the highest demand for AI talent are IT (5.3% of all job postings), professional, scientific, and technical services (4.1%), and finance and insurance (3.3%). This trend suggests that these are the industries where AI can make the biggest difference.

More and more companies are taking advantage of artificial intelligence. In particular, 

  1.     Large companies are twice as likely to use AI than small companies.
  2.     Chinese and Indian companies have the highest levels of AI adoption at nearly 60%.
  3.     15% of enterprises are using AI. 31% of them say that it’s their agenda for the next 12 months.
  4.    The number of AI startups since 2000 has increased 14 times.