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Infographic – Google A.I. Patents Lead Other Tech Companies

Google A.I. patents

Google leads other big tech companies in A.I. patent activity since 2013. Click on image for full size view. (CB Insights)

1 September 2018. Technology companies survive on innovation, and according to a new report, Alphabet, the company formerly known as Google, is leading other big tech businesses in patent activity for artificial intelligence applications, a key indicator of innovation. According to a study by our friends at CB Insights, a tech industry research enterprise, Alphabet/Google is leading the other big tech companies in patent applications and awards in fields related to artificial intelligence since 2013, this weekend’s infographic. Microsoft, however, is not far behind. (Data for 2017 and 2018 are not complete.)

The CB Insights report focuses on Alphabet/Google’s headlong push into artificial intelligence to gain a greater foothold in digital commerce, its branded hardware products, and digital content, as well as integrating these services into as much of the digital user experience as possible. The company is also using A.I. to extend deeper into cloud computing and services, to gain a bigger presence in industries it deems ripe for disruption, such as transportation, logistics, and health care.

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