In 2022, the world adjusted to and worked to recover from a global pandemic and international conflict that displaced millions of families. Energy costs increased sharply and supply chain issues and other disruptions persisted. This contributed to the highest global inflation rate in decades, prompting a domino effect across economies.
There is no shortage of challenges associated with the deployment of AI: a lack of access to infrastructure, a lack of skills, and new legislation meant to enforce the responsible use of this evolving technology. But the most consequential questions facing us are innately human. Namely, ensuring human agency, safety
We made bold predictions a year ago about what 2021 would bring. We’re bold enough to do it again for 2022. The pandemic disrupted traditional ways of life in 2021. Remote learning and working became the norm for many. Telehealth took off, and IT modernization accelerated in every industry. 2021
COVID-19 has upset nearly every prediction and business plan for 2020 across the planet. Making predictions for 2021 may seem like a fool’s errand at this point, but many trends and consequences are already obvious and emerging from the global pandemic. The last global pandemic of this magnitude, the Spanish
We've turned some of our most notable predictions for next year into a slide show. Click the orange "next" button to see these 2021 predictions from SAS. Who’s brave enough to make predictions for next year after the unpredictable year we just had? We are. After all, the disruptive
We've made it to the halfway point of January, which means most of the industry's annual predictions have been published. Who's guessing what? And how should you prepare for the year ahead? From dark data to hyperpersonalization, analytics is at the core of all these predictions. SAS experts have been