Alphabet In AI: How Google Went From A Search Engine To An $800B Global AI Powerhouse

Alphabet is disrupting healthcare, auto, government contracts, and more with AI. We look at how it got here, where it’s headed, and what this means for incumbents.

Google was relentless in its pursuit of artificial intelligence even before the current wave of AI commercialization took off.

It may be hard to imagine a time when neural networks — AI algorithms initially inspired by biological neural networks — were having a dry spell. But researchers were bearish on its commercial scalability as recently as the early 2000s.

Google did two things well earlier on that are paying dividends today: It threw a ton of resources into the problem — both computing power and money — and it scooped up top researchers in the artificial intelligence field.

In this report, we look at how Google gradually went from a search engine to an $800B AI powerhouse, and what this means for stakeholders in healthcare, auto, cloud services, and other sectors Google where is forging ahead.

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