How Pioneering Companies Are Using AI

How Pioneering Companies Are Using AI

How Pioneering Companies Are Using AIHow Pioneering Companies Are Using AI

There’s an AI capabilities gap in the business world. Find out if your company is ahead of the pack—or behind—in effectively deploying artificial intelligence.

Critical NeedCritical Need

61% of the global executives surveyed said the development of an artificial intelligence (AI) strategy for their organization is urgent.

Getting StartedGetting Started

Just 23% have adopted AI in some way, while another 23% have one or more AI pilot projects in place.

Half FullHalf Full

50% of the global executives surveyed view AI solely as an opportunity, while 33% perceive of it as both an opportunity and a risk.

Adoption DriversAdoption Drivers

84% said AI will enable their organization to obtain or sustain competitive advantage, and 75% said it will allow their company to move into new businesses.

Haves and Have Nots: Game-ChangerHaves and Have Nots: Game-Changer

91% of those in AI “pioneer” companies said their organization understands how AI can change business value generation, but only 23% of those in AI “passive” companies said that’s the case.

Haves and Have Nots: Learning OpportunityHaves and Have Nots: Learning Opportunity

89% of those in pioneer organizations said they recognize the changes in workforce knowledge and skills required for future AI needs, but just 19% of those in passive companies agreed.

Haves and Have Nots: Augmented AwarenessHaves and Have Nots: Augmented Awareness

88% of those in pioneer organizations said they understand the technical breakthroughs required to succeed with AI, compared to just 15% of those in AI passives who said this.

Haves and Have Nots: Tech ExpertiseHaves and Have Nots: Tech Expertise

87% of those in pioneer organizations realize the data required for AI algorithm training, but only 11% of those in passive companies agree.

Smooth TransitionSmooth Transition

84% of all the global executives surveyed expect that AI will require existing employees to change their skill sets, but only 47% believe that AI will result in a workforce reduction.

Helping HandHelping Hand

70% said that on a personal level, they hope AI will eventually perform some of the tasks that they currently do on the job.

Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty is a contributor to CIO Insight. He covers topics such as IT leadership, IT strategy, collaboration, and IT for businesses.

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