How do we get AI out of the early adopter phase? It's about people


According to a new O'Reilly survey, the more experience companies have with artificial intelligence (AI) in production, the less pushback they're getting from naysayers. Many continue to struggle to figure out where to use AI, whether they're experienced with AI or just kicking the tires. It's still hard to find competent talent to help unlock this conundrum, but this may be more an issue with inaccessible AI technology than with employees. Among the 25 different verticals represented in the 1,388 survey respondents, the biggest category by far was Software, with 17% of respondents. No other industry broke 10%, with a range of verticals that seem like they should be doing more (Media/Entertainment, Logistics/Transportation) rounding out the bottom of the list.