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Upstream operators increasingly value the transformational potential of AI solutions

If there was ever a time when working smarter clearly outshone working harder, it was during the pandemic. And the evidence? The steady adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technology to automate routine tasks and boost productivity.   According to research and advisory firm Gartner, investment in AI continued unabated throughout the pandemic. A full 75pc of the business leaders explored new AI initiatives. A survey from US consultant McKinsey survey was equally upbeat. Most of the respondents planned to increase their AI investments by at least 10pc over the next three years. But one persistent concern was how to generate business value from AI investment. With Covid-19 piling the pre



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