Austin Is One Of The 13 Early Adopters In Artificial Intelligence Activities
The U.S. Artificial Intelligence industry is one of the next-purpose technologies, and its prime focus is on the innovation in advanced uses of statistics, algorithms, and fast computer processing. In the Microsoft monograph The Future Computed, AI defines as “a set of technologies that enable computers to perceive, learn, reason, and assist in decision-making to solve problems in ways that are similar to what people do.”
Based on the full report of the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings, Austin was included in the 13 “early adopter” metro areas with above-average participation in AI activities and shown the city’s Top AI Employers such as Dell, IBM, CrowdStrike, Oracle, Amazon, and AMD. The report also states that the U.S. AI industry is growing fast but still has limited scope. The production and adoption of AI and robotics among the firms are still low compared to other technologies such as specialized equipment, cloud-based, and specialized software.
Adaptation to the AI industry comes into view to be significant with great potential. Metropolitan areas must ensure to prepare to the effect and assess their capacities for the growing high-tech world.