Emerging tech leadership expert Bill Inman shares that the rise of AI is already well underway and companies in every industry will either accelerate their growth or fall behind competitors depending on its implementation in the coming years. In his new keynote presentation entitled “chAInge”, Inman presents how AI will impact businesses across the globe.
Inman is a 20-year entrepreneur who has grown multiple companies from startup to tens of millions in revenue, one of which grew to $3 billion in just four years. He is a blockchain patent holder, with AI patents pending, and has deep future of work, emerging technology, and other experience, as well. Inman can routinely be found speaking at events and writing articles for organizations such as U.S. News and World Report, Staffing Industry Analysts, BitAngels, HR.com, SHRM, PIHRA, and others. His solutions and consulting services have been utilized by many of the Fortune 500 across industries ranging from software to professional sports.
By 2030, Inman says AI will add up to $15 trillion to the global economy, highlighting the importance for companies to continue their digital transformation in the digital realm while adopting AI. By doing this, companies can ensure that they stay ahead of the competition and leverage state of the art technology for growth.
“Thousands of AI companies worldwide have been funded with over $73 billion thus far,” said Inman. “This number is expected to grow tremendously in the coming years adding a never seen before productivity level to nearly every industry.”
C-level executives are committing to implementing AI as a necessary strategy for surviving and thriving in the growing digital landscape, and companies who are slow to integrate and accept AI are likely to see a reduction in growth opportunities. This trend has largely been seen across the board in digital marketing arenas: companies that are resistant to change are being left behind.
“For enterprises, adopting a clear and executable AI strategy this decade will be the difference between thriving and just surviving,” said Inman. “If your organization does not have the expertise or bandwidth to implement AI it is important to quickly bring this expertise into your company to catch up and gain traction in this area.”
Although AI was already an emerging technology, the pandemic has pushed the trend into overdrive. In a recent survey conducted by KPMG, CIOs said the pandemic shifted AI from being a cost reduction strategy to being vital for survival. Now, more than ever, companies should be considering how they can implement AI into their infrastructure for the success of their organization. Inman’s “chaAInge” keynote covers all of these.
More information about the “chAInge” keynote and other insights from industry leader Bill Inman can be found at his website https://www.billinman.com/.
About Bill Inman
Bill Inman offers emerging tech solutions, consulting and speaking engagements with an emphasis on areas such as AI, blockchain, future of work, and robotics.