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Gartner Survey Finds 70 Percent of AI Projects in Digital Commerce Are Successful

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Use of artificial intelligence (AI) in digital commerce is generally considered a success, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. About 70 percent of digital commerce organizations surveyed report that their AI projects are very or extremely successful. Gartner conducted a survey* of 307 digital commerce organizations that are currently using or piloting AI to understand the adoption, value, success and challenges of AI in digital commerce. Respondents included organizations in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, India and China. Three-quarters of respondents said they are seeing double-digit improvements in the outcomes they measure.


Companies using AI and IoT Together Have Advantage, Study Says

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A recent survey of global business leaders indicates that the most significant predictor in realizing value from Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives across an organization is the heavy use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The study, conducted by SAS, Deloitte and Intel with help from IDC, asked 450 business leaders from around the world about their use of IoT and AI technologies. Ninety percent of survey respondents heavily using AI in their IoT operations reported exceeding value expectations. The research also showed organizations using IoT with AI appear to be more competitive than IoT-only enterprises by a double-digit margin across a variety of business indicators like employee productivity, innovation and operating costs. "In these results, we are seeing that organizations working with IoT data realize that if they want to get the real value out of the data, they need AI and analytics," said Oliver Schabenberger, COO, SAS.


AI-Driven Leadership 7wData

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Many companies are experimenting with AI on a small scale, and a few have made a commitment that their organizations will be "AI first" or "AI-driven." But what does this mean? What is AI doing or leading, and, in particular, what is the role of leadership in making organizations AI-driven? We see a lot of confusion around opportunity and action. In the 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey and report of business and HR leaders, 72% indicated that AI, robots, and automation are important -- but only 31% felt their organizations were prepared to address strategy to implement these technologies.


AI-Driven Leadership Thomas H. Davenport and Janet Foutty

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Many companies are experimenting with AI on a small scale, and a few have made a commitment that their organizations will be "AI first" or "AI-driven." But what does this mean? What is AI doing or leading, and, in particular, what is the role of leadership in making organizations AI-driven? We see a lot of confusion around opportunity and action. In the 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey and report of business and HR leaders, 72% indicated that AI, robots, and automation are important -- but only 31% felt their organizations were prepared to address strategy to implement these technologies.


AI-Driven Leadership Thomas H. Davenport and Janet Foutty

#artificialintelligence

Many companies are experimenting with AI on a small scale, and a few have made a commitment that their organizations will be "AI first" or "AI-driven." But what does this mean? What is AI doing or leading, and, in particular, what is the role of leadership in making organizations AI-driven? We see a lot of confusion around opportunity and action. In the 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey and report of business and HR leaders, 72% indicated that AI, robots, and automation are important -- but only 31% felt their organizations were prepared to address strategy to implement these technologies.