North America dominated the AI market in 2019. According to Grandview Research, it accounted for over 42% share of global revenue, but when we talk about AI, we think of it developing in three waves. The first we call Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI), which is for discrete “one-trick pony” applications such as computer chess, predictive maintenance, or AI chatbots. The second, Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), is more nuanced and human, where AI provides more complex, multi-faceted decision-making. The third is what we call Artificial Super Intelligence (ASI), which is for when AI far surpasses human experts. We are somewhere between one and two at the moment, with multiple discrete systems starting to work in advanced ways with one another.