The C-suite have always been in the driving seat when it comes to making decisions and streamlining the running of the business from top to bottom. However, with the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI), important business tasks may not be solely down to them: they can take advantage of the prospects that AI offers in the workplace.
AI is growing at a furious rate and it is revolutionising many industry sectors. This technology has already yielded great success in streamlining work procedures, particularly in the healthcare industries, as it reduces the number of man-hours spent on menial administrative tasks. This allows senior managers to focus on the more important and time-consuming tasks that are important for determining the direction of the business.
According to marketing guru Seth Godin, “Artificial intelligence does a job we weren’t necessarily crazy about doing anyway, it does it quietly, and well, and then we take it for granted.”
Despite its advantageous ability, only 15% of enterprises are using AI as of today. Having said that, Adobe has predicted that a further 31% will start to use it over the coming year as they start to acknowledge the benefit.
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