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Infosys at the Annual Meeting, Davos 2018

One. With Digital

One. With Digital

At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018, our program themed One. With Digital, will present a platform to discuss how the fracturing of our world can be mitigated by digital access that can unify, equalize and empower us all to create not just prosperity, but shared prosperity. Central to this belief is the immense potential for progress that lies in connecting more and more people with the Internet and access to technology, as barriers to access rapidly fall, so we can come together and benefit from being digital.

The biggest advantage of this digital unification will come when we learn to make with technology, rather than merely consume, helping to fuel new jobs and industries of the future. And so together we can reimagine our context – through access to ideas and opportunities for all, pervasive digital education, and the creation of vibrant new ecosystems to build a world of inclusive and equitable growth.

The Infosys delegation will be led by CEO Salil S Parekh, and includes Ravi Kumar S, Mohit Joshi, and Inderpreet Sawhney.

Our Program

Infosys at the Annual Meeting, Davos 2018

Visit the Infosys Digital Lab

We believe the next wave of technologies has the power to bring humanity together like never before, but that power needs to be wielded to support and enrich our lives, needs and goals. To do this, we need to understand humanity deeply; what excites us, engages us and worries us. Understanding this is the mission of the our digital lab.

Come and explore the Infosys Digital Lab - follow your curiosity to learn more about AI and the workforce, the platform economy, digital democracy and lifelong learning all through an exciting immersive experience featuring holographics, physical and digital integration and emotional scanning technologies. Experience the next generation of technology first hand and help us build a future that’s human at heart.

Infosys @ The Escher Raumdesign, Promenade 115, 7270 Davos Platz

Research Findings

Research Findings

The research that polled over 1,000 global C-level executives at large organizations across seven markets, revealed:

  • Artificial intelligence is becoming a core aspect of business strategy. Moreover, broader adoption of AI is fundamentally changing every aspect of the way leaders lead—from the way they recruit and train, to the way they inspire teams, to the way they apply AI and human power together to achieve their vision for the company, to the way they drive innovation and compete. 45% of IT decision makers report improved process performance from AI and 40% report productivity gains due to IT time spent on higher-value innovative work.
  • A primary factor driving ROI from AI, according to the research, was a clearly defined strategy. 80% of respondents who said they've seen at least some measurable benefits from AI agreed or strongly agreed that their organization had a defined strategy for deploying AI.
  • Business leaders not only have to evolve quickly in this new and dynamic environment, but they also need to champion change throughout the organization to bridge the gap between old and new business and work realities. A full 76% of all respondents were either confident or extremely confident that the senior leaders of their organization understand and promote the positive aspects of AI.

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