Top 10 Companies Using AI to Look Out for in 2022

At the close of 2021, McKinsey & Company published its ‘State of AI’ report. This report detailed many findings, but one that stood out was that of the respondents, 27% of them report, “at least 5% of EBIT attributable to AI.” This is an important finding, as it illustrates the potential for AI to increase business profitability and success. AI is growing in use, and many companies are beginning to assess how they can incorporate its technology into their business operations.

2022 is another year where AI technology is growing and expanding. Many AI projects are beginning to gain popularity and wide use.

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4. DNSFilter

DNSFilter is dedicated to changing and improving the way that remote and online work is done. The company provides security and safety solutions to businesses that operate in the online space.The AI technology that the company uses works to detect malware, ransomware and phishing attacks. This is in addition to helping businesses avoid contact with potentially harmful or...

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