Research indicates companies rapidly adopting Generative AI tech

03/06/2024 | Deloitte

Recent research from UK-based international professional services company Deloitte has revealed businesses are rapidly adopting generative artificial intelligence (Gen AI) technologies.

A survey of almost 2,000 senior executives worldwide sheds light on the integration of AI into operations and the challenges involved. The findings indicate that companies are turning to Gen AI in search of efficiency gains, productivity growth, lower costs, increased innovation, and to gain a competitive advantage. However, there are obstacles to overcome, including a global talent shortage and the need to build trust in AI. The research also highlights the fast pace of Gen AI adoption, with organisations increasingly investing in technology infrastructure to expand access to Gen AI tools.

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Generative AI, chatbots, artificial intelligence

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