Technology and innovation
Financial technologies, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, electric and autonomous vehicles and e-commerce will continue to transform production processes, business models and government regulation. 
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  • SECTOR IN-DEPTH
    13 Aug 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    Greater adoption of 3D printing technology will likely usher in major changes over time for certain industries, with implications for companies' profitability and market shares. For now, however, 3D printing is used primarily in niche applications and represents a small part of global manufacturing.

    COMPILATION
    29 Jul 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    While progress has been gradual, telehealth, artificial intelligence, big data and other emerging technologies have significant potential to benefit healthcare organizations. But the upfront investment will be large and cyber and other risks are increasing.
    The impact of digital technologies
    PODCAST
    26 Jul 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    In this podcast, Atsi Sheth and Elena Duggar of the Credit Strategy & Research team discuss how rapid adoption of artificial intelligence and digitization could remake businesses and economies to an even greater degree than have previous transformational technologies. 
    Infographic
    25 Jul 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    Credit impact will depend on institutional effectiveness in promoting human capital development, fostering entrepreneurship and removing regulatory impediments to business formation.
    SECTOR IN-DEPTH
    25 Jul 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    Advancing technologies have the potential to spur exponential growth in global economic well-being and prosperity. However, productivity gains may take time to materialize, and growth of the digital economy will bring its own set of challenges.

    SECTOR IN-DEPTH
    11 Jul 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    European insurers will have more time to adapt to the spread of connected devices known as the “Internet of Things (IoT)” because the roll-out of fifth generation (5G) mobile networks will be gradual. 5G-enabled IoT, when fully developed, will support technologies such as “smart” homes and driverless cars that threaten to severely disrupt insurers.

    SECTOR IN-DEPTH
    01 Jul 2019
    New technologies are blurring the lines between industrial hardware and software companies, while customers are still uncertain about how to make use of digitalization.