AI is everywhere.
Sure, there are irrefutable benefits to the implementation of artificial intelligence – and there will continue to be as AI technologies continue to learn and develop. But some C-suite executives and leaders from companies of all kinds are concerned, too.
After all, the adoption of and adaptation to any new technology takes time, as does ensuring the safe and reliable use of it.
According to a recent study conducted by Insight Enterprises and The Harris Poll, almost three-quarters (72 percent) of business leaders from Fortune 500 companies plan to incorporate generative AI within the next three years. Nonetheless, about half have reservations about the deployment of it. Fifty-one percent question the quality and control, while 49 percent worry about the safety and security risks. Additionally, almost all leaders (90 percent) anticipate that generative AI will impact some roles within their organizations.