See what your peers say about AI in business.
We talked to global experts in AI along with senior business leaders from finance, IT, and HR. Check out what a few of them had to say.
“The people who sit on the sidelines are missing all that learning time that those building their AIs now benefit from. The faster you get in, the faster your AI starts to learn.”
—Ajay Agrawal, Professor, Rotman School of Management
“If we aren’t looking towards how to best utilize it and incorporate it into our work, we risk falling behind as an organization and not offering our associates the tools they need to also stay relevant."
—Nathalie Carruthers, EVP and CHRO
“It’s a new way of thinking, it’s a new way of working, and we’ve all got to lean into it.”
—Dave Mackenzie, Managing Principal, Digital
RESEARCH FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
AI adoption by the numbers.
Did you know that 71% of respondents believe AI will impact global business within three years? We surveyed 2,355 senior leaders to gauge how they’re preparing for AI in business—here’s how it went.
of respondents said their data is somewhat or completely siloed.
of respondents would classify their adoption as mature.
of CEOs say their organization is unprepared to adopt AI.
of CEOs say they would instantly benefit from AI implementation.
SUSTAINABILITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSIVITY
Breaking organizational culture barriers.
According to the research, AI developments can address workplace imbalances by giving your people access to information that can help them make more insightful decisions—creating equal opportunity.
of all IT leaders say diversity, equity, and inclusion benefit most.
of all HR leaders believe AI will make work more meritocratic.
of all CEOs think AI will make work more equitable and diverse.
Check out how you stack up against the AI Pioneers.
Our research finds that AI Pioneers are harnessing AI and machine learning in data and tools, employee productivity, human skills, and organizational culture. Read the report to see where you stand.