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Date: 2017
Source: Accenture

The IoT represents a paradigm shift for many industries, media and entertainment included – and now is the right moment for media operators to explore the opportunities it presents. Thanks to their brands, their ability to manage a customer base, and the possibility of post-sale services, media operators are ideally positioned to seize a role to the IoT ecosystem.


Date: 2016
Source: Accenture

High Performers in pharma today are all about new science. But achieving high performance will also require adapting operating models to better deliver patient and economic value.


Date: 2017
Source: McKinsey & Company

AI investment is growing fast, dominated by digital giants such as Google and Baidu. Globally, we estimate tech giants spent $20 billion to $30 billion on AI in 2016, with 90 percent of this spent on R&D and deployment, and 10 percent on AI acquisitions. VC and PE financing, grants, and seed investments also grew rapidly, albeit from a small base, to a combined total of $6 billion to $9 billion....


Date: 2017
Source: IBA Global Employment Institute

Robots and intelligent machines can have not only supporting, but even lifesaving functions. Examples are robots used in medical diagnostics, which have high accuracy, or for the assessment of dangerous objects using remote control and integrated camera systems. These make it possible, for example, to defuse a bomb without a human having to come close to it. The ‘Robo Gas Inspector’,23 an...


Date: 2017
Source: PWC

Artificial Intelligence is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs.


Date: 2016
Source: Deloitte

The AgTech disruption is taking place in multiple innovation fields simultaneously. Innovators are offering specialized, but simple, often fully integrated solutions ranging from direct delivery services through satellite imagery to automated indoor farming.


Date: 2017
Source: PWC

Industry 4.0 is no longer a ‘future trend’. For many industrial companies, it is now a part of their strategy and research agenda. Companies are combining advanced connectivity and advanced automation, cloud computing, sensors and 3D printing, connected capability, computerpowered processes, intelligent algorithms and Internet of things (IoT) services to transform their businesses.


Date: 2017
Source: PWC

India continues to be one the fastest growing economies globally.Several interventions and policy measures in India have further strengthened the positive outlook towards the Indian economy, whereas the global economy can, at best, be said to be characterised by an atmosphere of uncertainty for now. The manufacturing industry has been embracing the changes that are happening at the pace at...


Date: 2017
Source: PWC

India needs newer and innovative ways like mHealth to provide care and compensate for the deficiencies of the healthcare workforce and infrastructure. The country does not meet the minimum WHO recommendations for healthcare workforce and bed density. A large segment of the population resides in rural areas, where the numbers are even worse. In particular, the low-income group lacks access to...


Date: 2017
Source: PWC

The SP policy was designed to facilitate investments in defence manufacturing by Indian companies to build a dynamic and efficient defence industrial base in India. The policy was a move towards strengthening the Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, thus allowing private firms to enter into agreements as SPs with a foreign OEM and to jointly manufacture fighter jets, helicopters,...

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