SNGLR AI Executive Briefing for 2021 – AI Forecasts for 2022

2021 report - 2022 predictions

Our first yearly report on artificial intelligence is out!

Our team selected the most important AI topics from 2021 as well as five AI predictions for 2022 and delivered an easy to read but highly informative brief.

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Some highlights from the report:

  • Investments: In 2021, AI funding almost doubled compared to 2020.
  • Top industries: The top industries for private AI investment are Healthcare and Mobility.
  • Industry use cases: A selection of eight exemplary use cases across several industries.
  • AI ethics: We highlight three particular issues of grave concern: facial recognition, biases and AI manipulation.
  • Topic of the year: 2021 was the year of… we won’t ruin the surprise, you’ll have to see for yourself.
  • 2022 forecasts: We predict even larger language models, a surge of explainable AI solutions, cybersecurity M&A and more!

SNGLR Group Yearly AI Brief 2021-2022ย is the executive brief that covers the most important trends in artificial intelligence.

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SNGLR Group’s Artificial Intelligence Yearly Executive Briefing‘s authors are Maria Abou-Sakr and Luca Sambucci. Feel free to contact the authors if you have questions or if you want to know more.

I am a partner and founder of SNGLR Holding AG, a Swiss group specialising in exponential technologies with offices in Europe, USA and the UAE, where I supervise projects on applied artificial intelligence. I have an Artificial Intelligence Professional certificate from IBM and one on machine learning from Google Cloud. I am a member of several AI industry associations: AAAI, ACM (SIGAI), AIxIA. I participate to the European AI Alliance of the European Commission and I work with the European Defence Agency and the Joint Research Centre.