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The Artificial Intelligence Imperative: Unlocking Data Insights to Fuel Business Growth and Innovation

In all industries across the globe, senior leaders believe that future growth hinges on intelligent use of data. But the difficulty of doing this—particularly with sparse resources, highdata volumes, and the speed of conducting business today—has fueled interest in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The overwhelminglypositive attitude toward AI and its promised benefits became clear in a recent survey of 2,300 global business and IT leaders by MIT Technology Review Insights, in association with Pure Storage, a leading enterprise flash storage company. At the same time, the survey revealed thatsenior leaders must begin now to address the practical challenges of AI adoption and assuage concerns about balancing the human-AI equation.

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