Employees at a rising number of organizations are enthused about AI, and anticipate that it will alter the way they work in a significant way.
Two recently conducted studies – one conducted by Pew and the other by AI firm Scale AI – examined corporations’ interest in artificial intelligence (AI) as well as workers’ opinions on such intentions and objectives. The Pew poll involved over 11,000 U.S. employees from different companies, and the Scale AI survey comprised of 3,000 people who use AI technology, but do not necessarily create it, and business owners.
The Scale AI survey revealed that most companies are expecting to put more money into AI yearly for the upcoming three years. Moreover, almost three-fifths of them think AI will be fundamental to their enterprises in the next twelve months, and over two-thirds agree that it’ll be a vital part of their operations in the following three years.
The opinions of employees are varied.