Emerging Technologies

How to compete with robots in the age of artificial intelligence

Machines have essentially cracked speech and vision. Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Philipp Gerbert
Director Applied AI and Future Shaper, Boston Consulting Group
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 Exhibit 1: By Cracking Language and Vision, Machines Have Entered the Real World
Image: BCG analysis
 Exhibit 2: Competitive Advantage That Leverages Man and Machine
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Exhibit 3: Four Lenses to Shape Advantage from AI
Image: BCG analysis
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