Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer the future. For businesses, it is the here and now, and this study conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit makes clear that executive suites and boardrooms around the world see it as such. They might be expected to be wary, given that much is unknown, even amongst scientists, about how AI capabilities might develop in the coming years. Or that policymakers and regulators have barely begun to study its potential implications for markets and workforces.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE REAL WORLD