Technologies and robotics have become firmly embedded in our everyday lives, and will need to become even more widespread in order to improve operations
There are systems which automatically control water pressure and manage electricity. What’s more, these artificial intelligence systems sell this electricity to neighbouring cities. Artificial intelligence has begun to earn money. In fact, robots have become firmly embedded in our lives — Andrey Dymchenko, General Director, White Soft.
When a process of urbanization is under way, it is logical that this will result in fewer people working in agriculture, along with migration from rural areas to cities. We need to highlight three technologies in this area, which have the objective of increasing productivity, optimizing costs, and shoring up the agricultural industry, including by reducing losses. With this in mind, the technologies which are exerting a transformative effect today are a combination of automation, robotics, and digital technologies — Armen Harutyunyan, Director of the Department of Agroindustrial Policy, Eurasian Economic Commission.
Modern technologies, including robots and artificial intelligence, make it possible to analyse huge quantities of transactions, rather than just a single sample. You can search for links in transactions, and for signs that may indicate some kind of fraudulent activity — Ekaterina Nekrasova, Partner, Head of Financial Services Regulatory Group, PwC in Russia.