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Microsoft considers Russia a leader in artificial intelligence implementation

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Microsoft considers Russia a leader in artificial intelligence implementation



Russian companies are implementing artificial intelligence into their work more actively than their counterparts in Europe and the United States, which are considered advanced in the technological field. Experts from Microsoft have taken this view after they got the data of a special study, which was conducted in Europe and the United States, Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports. 

The basis for the study was data of the survey, which was conducted in Russia, the USA and the leading countries of Europe. 100 heads of large enterprises from each country answered the questions related to implementing of modern technologies in production and business processes. The results of the survey showed that the percentage of enterprises using artificial intelligence in the workflow in Russia is 30%, while in other countries the average is 22.3%. 

The answers of Russian managers also showed that they connect the future activity of their enterprise with artificial intelligence and are ready to learn how to use it effectively. 90% of Russian leaders reported that they consider it necessary to expand knowledge in this area. World average is lower by more than 20%. 

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