Ten Keys to AI Success in 2020: Insights from Industry Leaders

Ten Keys to AI Success in 2020: Insights from Industry Leaders

According to a recent PwC report, AI could contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. With companies around the world adopting AI at a rapid pace, we polled over 170 global enterprise customers to collect their feedback on the challenges and successes they’ve had with AI.

Ten Keys to AI Success in 2020: Insights from Industry Leaders

We gathered our findings into one report, Ten Keys to AI Success in 2020: Insights from Industry Leaders , where executives share their experience and knowledge, such as:

  • How companies are working strategically to ensure AI adoption across their organizations
  • The competitive advantages early adopters of AI are gaining
  • The ways in which today’s leaders are getting diverse teams invested in becoming AI-driven
  • Choosing the right use cases to ensure AI success
  • DataRobot justifies its place by providing value and returning significant ROI immediately.
    Beaumont Vance
    Beaumont Vance

    Head of Enterprise Analytics, TD Ameritrade

  • I’ve never had so much ease explaining the inner workings of my models as I do with DataRobot.
    Akshay Tandon
    Akshay Tandon

    VP of Strategy Analytics, LendingTree

  • We want to be truly customer-focused with all our 16 million customers, and to do that we need to be able to predict the potential behavior of each of them to put the right offer in front of them at the right time. There's no way we can be as customer-focused as we would like without the help of machine learning.
    Paul Davies
    Paul Davies

    Head of Data Science, Domestic & General

  • DataRobot gives you all the tools you need. It will democratize machine learning across the whole business.
    pardeep bassi
    Pardeep Bassi

    Head of Data Science, LV=

  • Analytics is far too important to be left to the analyst. With these sorts of tools, we can have the whole business being more data-driven, because the power to build really great models lies in many more hands.
    Oliver Rees

    General Manager – Torque Data at Virgin Australia