Global Machine Learning Market Size By Component Type (Software, Services), By Organization Size (Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises), By Application (Fraud Detection and Risk Analytics), By End Use (Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Retail & E-commerce, Government, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Media & Entertainment, IT & Telecommunications, BFSI, Others), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America) – Market Size & Forecasting To 2030

Industry: Information & Technology


The Global Machine Learning Market Size was valued at USD 14.91 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach at a CAGR of 38.1% from 2021 to 2030. The worldwide market is expected to reach around USD 302.62 billion by 2030. According to a research report published by Spherical Insights & Consulting. The machine learning technologies are made available as a part of cloud computing services via a series of services known as machine learning-as-a-service (MLaaS). The tools provided through these services from vendors include data visualisation, APIs, facial recognition, natural language processing, predictive analytics, and deep learning. The calculation is carried out by the provider's data centres. The MLaaS model is well-positioned to rule the market since consumers have a wide range of alternatives to choose from that are tailored to different business demands. Additionally, factors such as the increased use of cloud-based services, IoT, automation, and consumer behaviour research are expected to contribute to the growth of the market for machine learning as a service.

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Technology advances and the rising trend of cloud computing are anticipated to fuel the machine learning market's revenue expansion. Systems can learn, anticipate, and improve their algorithms thanks to machine learning. As new risks are identified, antivirus software, for instance, learns to screen them. Even in contexts that are dynamic or uncertain, the algorithms can manage data that is multidimensional and multivariate. Additionally, it is expected that the usage of Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) and the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow, contributing to a higher revenue CAGR between 2022 and 2030.

With the use of data analytics, computers can continuously learn from data, make predictions based on that data, and make changes without being explicitly programmed to do so. This process is known as machine learning, a subtype of artificial intelligence.


Processing and extracting insights from the enormous data volume produced when people and other environmental elements interact with technology would be tremendously challenging without the speed and sophistication of machine learning and deep learning. Additionally, ML has enormous promise for developing technologies like self-driving cars and "smart cities" with infrastructure that can automatically save time and energy waste, as well as wearable data-driven devices that track fitness and health goals.


Big data analysis and the detection of trends and patterns in databases that could otherwise go unnoticed are made easier by machine learning. For instance, ML assists an e-commerce site like Amazon in analysing the browsing and buying patterns of its users, which in turn helps in providing the appropriate chances, goods, and reminders pertinent to users. The outcomes are then applied to serve consumers with relevant adverts. Systems can learn, generate predictions, and enhance algorithms thanks to machine learning.


Applications of machine learning in the real world have improved the usability, speed, efficiency, and accuracy of routine processes. Machine learning systems are educated precisely to accomplish jobs more quickly and accurately than people thanks to data science. This technology is being used by a number of business leaders around the globe to acquire a competitive edge and link company objectives with employee interests. Over the course of the forecast year, increasing innovation and development in ML technologies, including No-Code Machine Learning, Tiny Machine Learning, Quantum Machine Learning, Auto Machine Learning, and others, is anticipated to propel global revenue growth.


Driving Factors

Adoption of IoT and automation will rise, driving the market. IoT operations ensure that the hundreds or more devices connected to a business network are running safely and correctly, and that the data being gathered is accurate and timely. Complex back-end analytics engines undertake the heavy lifting of processing the data stream, but outdated methods are routinely used to check the data's integrity. Some providers of IoT platform technologies are enhancing their operations management expertise using machine learning technologies in order to take control of sizable IoT systems.


Machine learning may be able to uncover the occult patterns in IoT data by analysing massive amounts of data with potent algorithms. Automated systems that supplement or replace manual operations in important tasks can use statistically generated actions and ML inference. By using ML-based solutions, the time-consuming and difficult model selection, coding, and validation phases are removed from the IoT data modelling process.


Adoption of IoT by small businesses could result in significant time savings for the time-consuming machine learning process. In order to extract more meaningful information from the massive data caches created by various devices in the IoT network, MLaaS vendors may perform more queries more quickly and offer more types of analysis.


Restraining Factors

Errors in machine learning are very common. An algorithm may be taught without being inclusive if the datasets are small enough. This leads to inaccurate predictions and the display of unrelated advertising to clients. Such mistakes may go unnoticed for a very long period, and fixing them may take considerably longer. Rigid company models also prevent the market from generating more money. Since ML is a flexible technology, it needs both flexible infrastructure and qualified personnel. However, not all businesses enable innovation and are adaptable in their company practises, which restricts market revenue development.


Covid 19 Impact

The Covid 19 situations have had an impact on other businesses, including the machine learning sector. Some industries expand during pandemics despite the dire circumstances and the uncertain breakdown. At the time of COVID 19, the machine learning market was steady and had prospects for expansion. The influence on the global market for machine learning was minimal in comparison to some other industries.

Due to breakthroughs in automation and technology, the worldwide machine learning market experienced stagnant growth. The market has grown positively as a result of the availability of numerous old machines and smartphones for remote work. Machine learning techniques were utilised across a number of industries to advance the market.


Global Machine Learning Market Report Coverage

Report CoverageDetails
Base Year:2021
Market Size in 2021:USD 6.91 billion
Forecast Period:2021-2030
Forecast Period 2021-2030 CAGR:44.1%
Historical Data for:2017-2020
No. of Pages:231
Tables, Charts & Figures:119
Segments covered:By Component, By Organization Size, By Application, By End Use, By Region
Companies Covered:Google (United States), (United States), Intel Corporation (United States), Facebook Inc (United States), Microsoft Corporation (United States), IBM Corporation (United States), Baidu Inc (China), Wipro Limited (United States), Nuance Communications (United States), Apple Inc (United States), Cisco Systems, Inc (United States)
Pitfalls & Challenges:COVID-19 has the potential to impact the global market

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The global machine learning market is segmented into component, organization size, application, end use, and region.


Global Machine Learning Market, By Component

The global machine learning market is segmented into software and services based on component type. In 2021, the software segment's revenue share was the highest. Software supports data inspection, analysis, and strategic decision-making. Due to a number of benefits, including the ability to reduce workload and time by automating tasks, its wide range of applications in customer interaction, and its increased data handling reliability, many businesses are implementing machine learning software to create their own ML models, which is expected to propel the segment's revenue growth. For instance, image categorization has become very popular in the corporate sector due to its ability to challenge existing systems created for the same purpose. Massive amounts of data formerly needed to be sifted and classified by people. Companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google utilise image categorization to prevent undesirable content from being widely popular.


Global Machine Learning Market, By Organization Size

The global machine learning market is segmented into small and medium-sized businesses and large businesses based on the size of the company. The highest revenue share in 2021 came from the major enterprises segment. The usage of artificial intelligence and data science to give quantitative insights into enterprises that are anticipated to propel the segment's revenue growth is growing. Large firms employ ML approaches to provide efficient market services. It is also used to forecast how different difficulties would turn out.


Global Machine Learning Market, By Application

The global machine learning market is segmented based on application into artificial intelligence, computer vision, augmented and virtual reality, natural language processing, security & surveillance, marketing & advertising, automated network management, predictive maintenance, and others. In 2021, the fraud detection and risk analytics category had the greatest revenue share. Machines manage large datasets much more effectively than humans do. Machine learning can find and identify thousands of patterns in a user's purchase route.


The initial step in the ML fraud detection process is the collection and classification of data. Then, training data are fed into the model to forecast the risk of fraud. Risk analytics and fraud detection have long been issues for the banking and financial sector. The risk of fraud is increased by the increasing volume of transactions brought on by a variety of payment mechanisms, including telephones, credit/debit cards, and others. Businesses are finding it more and harder to authenticate their transactions, which is raising the need for cutting-edge technologies to address these problems.


Global Machine Learning Market, By End Use

The automotive, aerospace & military, retail & e-commerce, government, healthcare & life sciences, media & entertainment, IT & telecommunications, BFSI, and others segments of the global machine learning market are based on end-use. In 2021, the automotive sector represented the greatest revenue share. Self-driving vehicles use machine learning. The technology aids businesses in developing a deeper understanding of their clients. Machine learning is a key component of certain businesses' business models. For instance, Uber matches drivers with riders using algorithms. Another common use of machine learning is image recognition. It is a method for finding and recording an object. Pattern recognition, face detection, and face recognition are other applications of this approach.


Global Machine Learning Market, By Region

According to regional analysis, North America's machine learning industry was expected to contribute the greatest revenue share in 2021. Along with rising investments in cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and others, machine learning technology is being employed more and more frequently throughout the region. Demand for cutting-edge technologies is anticipated to increase due to the enormous number of data that social media and IT companies generate. For instance, Elemeno AI, a cloud-based machine learning company, debuted its Machine Learning Operations (ML-Ops) platform on May 3, 2022, to help organisations take use of AI's advantages. It offers data scientists a simple User Experience (UX) for creating machine learning models, starting from scratch.


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Recent Developments in Global Machine Learning Market

  • January 2022: To speed up Stellantis' software transition, Amazon and Stellantis worked together to roll out customer-centric connected experiences across millions of vehicles. The collaboration is anticipated to change Stellantis customers' in-vehicle experiences and speed up the transition of the automotive sector to a software-defined sustainable future.


List of Key Market Players

  • Google (United States)
  • (United States)
  • Intel Corporation (United States)
  • Facebook Inc (United States)
  • Microsoft Corporation (United States)
  • IBM Corporation (United States)
  • Baidu Inc (China)
  • Wipro Limited (United States)
  • Nuance Communications (United States)
  • Apple Inc (United States)
  • Cisco Systems, Inc (United States)


By Component

  • Software
  • Services

By Organization Size

  • Small Enterprise
  • Medium Sized Enterprise

By Application

  • Fraud Detection
  • Risk Analytics

By End Use

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Retail & E-commerce
  • Government
  • Healthcare & Life Sciences
  • Media & Entertainment
  • IT & Telecommunications
  • BFSI
  • Others

By Region

North America

  • North America, by Country
    • U.S.
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • North America, by Component
  • North America, by Organization Size
  • North America, by Application
  • North America, by End Use


  • Europe, by Country
    • Germany
    • Russia
    • U.K.
    • France
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • The Netherlands
    • Rest of Europe 
  • Europe, by Component
  • Europe, by Organization Size
  • Europe, by Application
  • Europe, by End Use

Asia Pacific

  • Asia Pacific, by Country
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • South Korea
    • Australia
    • Indonesia
    • Rest of Asia Pacific 
  • Asia Pacific, by Component
  • Asia Pacific, by Organization Size
  • Asia Pacific, by Application
  • Asia Pacific, by End Use

Middle East & Africa

  • Middle East & Africa, by Country 
    • UAE
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Qatar
    • South Africa
    • Rest of Middle East & Africa
  • Middle East & Africa, by Component
  • Middle East & Africa, by Organization Size
  • Middle East & Africa, by Application
  • Middle East & Africa, by End Use

South America

  • South America, by Country 
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Colombia
    • Rest of South America
  • South America, by Component
  • South America, by Organization Size
  • South America, by Application
  • South America, by End Use

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