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Information Age: AI startup founders reveal their artificial intelligence trends for 2021

Wednesday, 17 February, 2021

From AI’s increased use in healthcare, finance and HR to the challenge of talent acquisition and the growing importance of structured and unstructured data, 16 AI startup founders reveal their artificial intelligence trends for 2021.

In the final article of a three part series focusing on what AI startup founders are doing to navigate the fast growth AI industry, Information Age spoke to 16 founders of some the UK’s leading AI startups and scaleups to understand their artificial intelligence trends for 2021. This includes its growing use in a variety of industries, the importance of data and talent, the impact of Covid-19 and the democratisation of AI.

The growing use of AI

“Fundamentally, AI is becoming more accepted and utilised across all areas of life and people are experiencing the benefits.” says Mark Nicholson, CEO, Vivacity Labs.

This growing use and acceptance of AI has been driven, in part, by the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

“More and more businesses that are not fully digitalised want to undergo a digital transformation. AI and automation is the most popular technology these new clients want to adopt.” confirms Daniel Cooper, managing director at Lolly Co.

Read the full article here.

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