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AI Platforms – Next Frontier for Indian IT Services

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An AI Platform is a collection of open source products, cognitive technologies and proprietary capabilities that allow building, deploying and operationalizing analytical workflows and intelligent solutions. The objective of this report is to demystify AI Platforms and share case studies on AI Platforms offered by Indian IT Services companies. This report has been developed through a comprehensive study of eight AI Platforms that are being offered by key Indian IT Services companies Key Highlights 1. Demystifying AI Platforms  AI Platforms transform AI from being a series of finite point solutions to an enterprise capability, tailored and deployed to meet varied business requirements AI platforms help accelerate life cycle of enterprise AI projects by providing a structured yet flexib...

Indian retail: AI imperative to data-led disruptive growth

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Retail industry in India is one of the top five retail markets in the world by economic value. It is expected to double by 2024 and reach US$1.4 trillion. The industry is undergoing a significant transformation as a result of changing consumer behavior, 3X growth of organized retail by 2024 and entry of multiple global players. The objective of this report is to uncover the opportunities for retail enterprises by leveraging the potential of AI, to survive and thrive in the digital era. Report Overview 1. Transformation of Retail in India with AI adoption India retail growth story and impact of COVID-19 Transformation opportunity with AI – COVID and beyond Journey of an intelligent retail enterprise AI ecosystem in retail 2. AI journey for retail enterprises Retail enterprises’ challenges a...

IoT: Driving the Patent Growth Story in India

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Overview “IoT: Driving the Patent Growth Story in India” provides an understanding of the key trends of patent filing in the Internet of Things or IoT domain in India. This report marks the first in the series of patent filing trends in India across emerging technologies, we would continue to track patent filing across other emerging technologies in our next set of reports. Key highlights for the report includes: 6,000 IoT patents filed in India over 2009-2019 40% of the IoT patents filed in India were first filed in the US (originated in the US) 30% of IoT patents were filed by electronics and electrical equipment manufacturers followed by Semiconductor Device Manufacturers which accounted for over 20% 13% of the patents were filed by IT/ITES companies IoT patents find application across ...

Emerging Technologies: Leading the Technology IP Creation Bandwagon for India

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Overview “Emerging Technologies: Leading the Technology IP Creation Bandwagon for India” provides an understanding to accomplish an understanding of the patent landscape filed by India domiciled* companies in the US across domain areas, with a deep dive on technology patents. This report marks a follow-up on our first report “Emerging Technologies: Leading the next wave of IP Creation for India” launched last year to understand how Indian technology companies are creating IP assets in their largest market, and we used Patents as the benchmark to track the shift. Key highlights for this year’s report includes: Thrust on IP creation magnifies: ~ 6500 patents were filed in the US by India domiciled companies during the period 2015 -2019, an increase of over 40% over from 2015-2018 Technology ...

TECHADE 2020 – Technologies driving global GDP in the decade to 2030

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Global Megatrends are expected to generate high-impact opportunities, both at speed and at scale. This will require an unseen response agility from demand-supply-trust ecosystems built on a strong core of digital technologies and connectedness. While the emerging megatrends will need unprecedented coordination, planning, and execution adeptness from governments, corporates and citizens to manoeuvre, technology will emerge as the fundamental bedrock in orienting the outcomes towards greater good at lesser cost. Globally, incumbent enterprises alone, aside of digital native start-ups, will generate technology products and services worth half of global GDP of USD 100 trillion by 2025. Nine digital technology areas will emerge as fastest growing and will have the highest impact, with the combi...

State of IoT Security Report for October 2019

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Find out how the threat landscape facing IoT deployments in India changed in the Jul-Sep quarter of 2019

AI Pervasiveness in Retail

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The retail sector leverages various digital technologies such as Robotics, IoT, AR/VR, etc.,. While all these technologies have potential to operate in isolation, when combined with AI these technologies get a centralized brain. AI not only complements these technologies, but also acts as a link between them, which allows AI to access data from different systems and deliver real-time insights. Some of the most widely used AI technologies across the retail value chain are Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Conversational AI, Data Science and NLP. Today AI finds application across the retail value chain to address challenges such as demand forecasting, product development, supply chain planning, store operations, campaign management and customer experience. Key Highlights Retail landscape In...

Edge Computing: Towards A More Distributed Future

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Edge computing is a rapidly emerging area of interest for companies in the ER&D, IoT, telecom, networking and cloud/datacenter sectors. Edge computing is an extension of IoT – devices that have smart capabilities (AI/ML, analytics, etc.) that can process data at the source of the data itself. This ability helps in reducing latency, optimizing cloud storage & processing, reducing data transmission costs and these devices are able to function independent of network & internet connectivity. The global market for edge computing is growing at a CAGR of 54% (2018-2025) and keeping in mind the potential of this segment for India’s tech sector, NASSCOM Research (@NasscomR) decided to work on a whitepaper with two objectives in mind: Primer on What is edge computing?: An attempt to give...

Emotional intelligence– the essential skillset for the age of AI

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Key Findings • 74% of executives and 58% of non-supervisory employees believe that EI will become a “must-have” skill: – 61% of executives and 41% of non-supervisory employees believe that it will become so in the next one to five years • On average, demand for EI is expected to increase by as much as six times: – The financial services sector will see the highest increase in demand for EI skills – Displacement of routine tasks, evolving job roles, and the inability to automate certain tasks will be key reasons for an increase in demand for EI skills • Although automation and AI will impact all career levels, organizations currently focus more on building EI skills at senior levels than at non-supervisory levels: – Organizations do not adequately assess or hire non-supervisory employees ba...

Internet of Things (IoT)

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Contents Internet of Things (IOT) Birth of IOT Introduction to IoT Benefits of IoT IoT Across Various Domains How Big is IoT? Key Global and India Market Trends Real World Applications of IoT Smart Home Wearables Connected Cars Industrial Internet Smart Cities IoT in Agriculture Smart Retail Energy Engagement IOT in Healthcare IoT in Poultry and Farming Impact of IoT on technology services (IT, BPM & ER&D) NASSCOM Members NASSCOM Reports

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