inIndiaChinaAIAIChinaIndiainvestmentadoptionininAIAIinAIAIinIndiaIndiaInAIininvestmentsAIinAIinininAIinAIinAIAIAIAIAsian enterprises, especially thoseand, are fast adopting Artificial Intelligence () to reinvent their business models and perceiveas a complete disruptive force, a new Forrester research said on Wednesday.Led by(from 31 per cent to 61 per cent) and(from 29 per cent to 69 per cent), theandAsia has jumped significantly between 2016 and 2017.
"Indian systems integrators are also actively participatingconsortiums such as OpenAI," the research added.Government-backedis fuelling innovationexisting tech firms, startups and academic communities.On February 18, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that with, bots and robots, productivity will increase, urging thatshould be "Made" and "Made to Work for".his budget speech on February 1, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government think-tank Niti Aayog will spearhead a national programme on, including research and development.
"Japan, Singapore and South Korea are following closely by expanding their existing technology industry strengthrobotics electronics to compete against companies like Intel and NVIDIA," said the research.What stands out among Asian enterprises, noted the report, is the heavy focus on strategic, longer-term objectives and high outcomes compared with other regions and global enterprises.
"These firms prioritise industry disruption and new product development higher than other regions and global enterprises," Forrester said.Internalare driven by the marketing, sales, and customer support areas that are developing cognitive products and engaging with customers through intelligent agents.Asian enterprises seeas a complete disruptive force across technology, industry, product, go-to-market, academic, and economic dimensions.The Chinese growththe field ofresearch has threatened US tech companies.
"Rather than develop incremental technologies, companies like Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent are as activeself-driving car tech as Google isthe US, even to the point of pushing the boundaries of Chinese regulations while still testing their technology," the research emphasised.Universities are research resources for companies like Huawei, which recently invested $1 million with UC Berkley for research and developmentThe South Korean government announced $1 billionfunding2017 while Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has encouragedstartups and venture capital infusion.The national research foundation of Singapore's government announced a nationalplan, ".SG", to boost the country'scapabilities.