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Smartphones will become smarter in 2017 - Deloitte

Wednesday 11 January 2017 | 14:27 CET | News
More than 300 million smartphones, one-fifth of all sold, will have machine-learning capacities in 2017, according to Deloitte's TMT Predictions. The devices will be increasingly self-learning, using powerful forms of artificial intelligence. Flexible subscription form IT-as-a-Service will also go on the rise, the report said. Deloitte expects almost USD 550 billion will be given to IT-as-a-service by the end of 2018. round 35 percent of all IT spending will be done under a flexible model, with the market taking off rapidly after 2017.

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