adoption curve

adoption curve

n
a curve on a graph plotting the number of people using a new product against the time from its initial release
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Evidently, they are at different points on the AI adoption curve.
What does the adoption curve for robots look like right now?
expected to be slower and steadier in terms of the consumer adoption curve.
We need to let providers and vendors continue down the adoption curve and perfect systems that many are still putting in place.
Like every new technology has sort of an adoption curve and the rate of adoption depends on many different factors: computing standard, how much marketing went behind it, what the ecosystem looks like.
The objective is to clarify how such factors could impact the shape and steepness of the autonomous car adoption curve.
Lass also asked the audience where they believed their credit union or CUSO fell on what he called the technology adoption curve.
To reach mature consumers effectively, meanwhile, marketers must leverage traditional media and supplement it with new media programs that are tailored to target consumers' place on the technology adoption curve.
As is often the case with new technologies, the adoption curve was much slower than anticipated by the vendors.
Hispanics also seem to be ahead on the mobile technology adoption curve, with Hispanics more likely to play games on their mobile devices.
In this new market anatomy, a shark fin-shaped adoption curve has replaced Everett Rogers's classic bell-shaped adoption curve, which described traditional market growth.
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