After decades of skepticism about its real potential, today artificial intelligence (AI) is apparently entering in its Golden Age, with potentially huge socioeconomic impacts. According to a recent forecast by Accenture, AI will increase economic growth by an average of 1.7% across 16 industries by 2035, with information and communication, manufacturing, and financial services leading all industries. 1 Although many analysts consider AI one of the leading forces behind the fourth industrial revolution, its actual development and uptake is still limited by several barriers. First, the development of AI products involves significant R&D investments, which are not available to small or medium enterprises.
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