More than 80% of leading executives in aerospace and defense companies expect to see artificial intelligence (AI) systems working alongside their human employees in just the next few years, according to the latest annual edition of Accenture’s Technology Vision report. What is more, Accenture and some of its top-tier aerospace clients already are using AI systems in forecasting and other decision-making processes, freeing up labor to be re-tasked for other projects. The rate of ...

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