This Omdia report provides a quantitative assessment of the market opportunity for AI software. The study includes market sizing, segmentation, and forecasts for 345 AI use cases, including 200 unique use cases. Global market forecasts, segmented by scenario, use case, industry, technology, geography, horizontal market, and meta category, extend through 2026.
The Analyst Team
Senior Analyst, AI Data Tools
Neil Dunay is a Senior Analyst, forecasting on enterprise technology, particularly for AI and other emerging technologies. His focus is on leveraging statistical tools to discover interrelationships among technological, economic, demographic, and sales trends that drive market evolution.
Neil joined Omdia in March 2020, following more than 20 years of experience researching ICT markets. Before joining Omdia, he was an engagement manager at International Planning and Research in Waltham, Massachusetts, where he assisted leading global technology companies in their strategic planning decisions by estimating their technology product market positions and forecasting market opportunities. Before IPR, Neil was a telecommunications industry analyst for KMI/PennWell in Newport and Providence, Rhode Island, where he estimated and forecast markets for fiber-optic cable and optoelectronic equipment for telecom clients. Neil holds a Master of Arts in international economics from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C.
Director, AI & Intelligent Automation
Aditya Kaul leads the artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligent automation team, which covers AI applications within the enterprise, business tools, robotics and autonomous machines, and advanced computing sectors. His research interests include AI hardware, edge, technology advancements, markets, robotics, and next generation computing.
Prior to joining Omdia in 2014, Aditya worked at various research firms including ABI Research, Pioneer Consulting, and Evalueserve. He has over 16 years of experience as an analyst covering wireless infrastructure, IoT, smart cities, smart grids, and wearables. He started his career as an electrical engineer designing chipsets and wireless networks with stints at Qualcomm and Siemens. He holds two master’s degrees in engineering from Colorado State University and Pennsylvania State University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat in India.
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