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- Accenture commits $3 billion to investments in artificial intelligence (AI) over the next three years to accelerate clients’ business transformations and harness the potential of AI technology.
- The investment will be allocated to research and development, technology initiatives, and the establishment of Accenture’s AI centers worldwide, expanding its capabilities in AI and delivering cutting-edge solutions to address client challenges.
- Accenture also aims to help clients move from interest to action and value while ensuring responsible and ethical AI practices.
Accenture is currently planning to allocate $3 billion for investments in artificial intelligence, (AI), the global professional services firm revealed. This strategic decision is driven by Accenture’s goal to expedite the transformation of its clients’ businesses and enable them to fully leverage the capabilities of AI technology.
With AI becoming increasingly integral to business operations across industries, Accenture emphasized that it recognizes the immense opportunities it presents for clients to transform and innovate.
The $3 billion budget is said to be allocated to various areas, including research and development, technology initiatives, and the establishment of Accenture’s own AI centers across the globe.
Further, the investment is expected to enable Accenture to further expand its capabilities and expertise in AI, allowing it to deliver cutting-edge solutions that address clients’ most pressing challenges.
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According to Julie Sweet, the chairperson and CEO of Accenture, “there is unprecedented interest in all areas of AI, and the substantial investment we are making in our Data & AI practice will help our clients move from interest to action to value, and in a responsible way with clear business cases.”
“Companies that build a strong foundation of AI by adopting and scaling it now, where the technology is mature and delivers clear value, will be better positioned to reinvent, compete and achieve new levels of performance. Our clients have complex environments, and at a time when the technology is changing rapidly, our deep understanding of ecosystem solutions allows us to help them navigate quickly and cost effectively to make smart decisions,” she added.
In a statement, Accenture explained that its recent $3 billion investment in AI builds upon the company’s extensive experience and leadership in the field.
Currently, the company is engaged in generative AI projects, assisting clients in areas such as customer query management and synthesizing complex judicial process information.
“With over 1,450 patents and pending patent applications globally, Accenture has developed AI solutions for various industries, including marketing, retail, security, and manufacturing. Accenture’s responsible AI framework, established six years ago, forms the basis of its work and compliance program, ensuring ethical and accountable AI practices,” the firm expanded.
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Accordingly, the company will invest in various areas, including assets, industry solutions, ventures, acquisitions, talent, and ecosystem partnerships. These investments aim to deepen expertise in diagnostic, predictive, and generative AI.
In a statement, they disclosed that the Data & AI practice will undergo significant growth, doubling its AI talent to 80,000 professionals through a combination of hiring, acquisitions, and training.
Accenture’s new AI Navigator for Enterprise, a generative AI-based platform, was also made to assist clients in defining business cases, making informed decisions, navigating AI journeys, selecting architectures, and understanding algorithms and models. It will also incorporate assets designed to promote responsible AI practices and compliance programs, building on Accenture’s own efforts.
To drive the adoption of generative AI, Accenture highlighted that it will establish accelerators for data and AI readiness across 19 industries and develop pre-built industry and functional models that leverage new generative AI capabilities.
The company’s Center for Advanced AI will focus on maximizing the value of generative AI through extensive research and development efforts, enabling innovative service delivery using emerging AI capabilities.
Additionally, Accenture will invest in new and existing relationships within its cloud, data, and AI ecosystems to redefine the nature of work delivered to clients. This includes supporting developers with pre-built models for enhanced prototyping and enabling creators to build dynamic virtual environments that can adapt to real-world changes.
“AI is poised to disrupt and reshape the way we live and work. With this significant investment, we aim to drive innovation and accelerate the adoption of AI solutions across industries, helping our clients reinvent their businesses for the future,” Accenture’s Chief Technological Officer Paul Daugherty concluded.
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