7 business insights AI integration will bring to your organization
The future of work is here, and it's AI.
Lately, it seems that AI and ML are words that are everywhere. The worry over loss of jobs and fear of how the workplace will change has been the narrative around AI for far too long. The truth is, if people continue to hold off against AI and potential innovations that stem from it, they will be left behind. This technology is critical to the growth of companies and is truly the next iteration of our workplace — especially as workplace expectations shift with the incoming generations.
AI has been around for more than 70 years — but it has not been until this year that we're considering all possibilities and benefits of a robust AI strategy. According to a recent PwC AI survey, 72 percent of business leaders believe AI to be a competitive advantage in the future.

AI and its subsections are ready to shake up industries such as manufacturing, automobile, retailing, finance, healthcare, advertising, transportation, law, insurance and even entertainment.

Currently, the only barriers to this adoption and growth are found in the management and implementation stages.
This modern workplace will feature a significant change in how your employees interact and work — one facilitated by the use of technology such as AI, ML, and even chatbots. While scheduling and automated virtual assistants are here, we're looking deeper, and think you should too.

AI and machine learning algorithms come with the exciting feeling of having emerging, cutting edge tech on your team, but also some real business insights. These include:

  • Lowering overall costs
  • Streamlining workflows
  • Optimize product prices
  • Offer better recommendations
  • Gauge customer sentiment and overall intent
  • Identify security risks and fraud
  • Help employees increase efficiency, autonomy, and productivity
While AI has the potential to bring our working worlds to a new level, the biggest potential growth from AI is likely to come from improved productivity.

According to another PwC study, "global GDP could be up to 14% higher in 2030 as a result of AI — the equivalent of an additional $15.7 trillion — making it the biggest commercial opportunity in today's fast changing economy." From that $15.7 trillion, we can expect $6.6 trillion of it to potentially come from increased productivity. The question you have to ask is, "is your organization ready to become a modern workplace?"

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