- “Relief from AI talent shortages isn’t likely anytime soon, but democratized AI may expand the meaning of business intelligence. ‘We are trying to teach business users to speak AI instead of teaching AI to speak business,’ says Arijit Sengupta, CEO and Founder of Aible. ‘Before sending business users to learn Python, stop and say: ‘why can’t the AI understand my business needs and generate the Python code automatically?’ The Internet revolution didn’t happen because everyone learned how to code to interact with the World Wide Web; it happened because the Netscape browser could be used by almost anyone.’
- In 2017, 20% of respondents reported adopting AI in at least one business area. After peaking at 58% in 2019, it’s dropped to 50% today.
- ‘When it comes to sourcing AI talent, the most popular strategy among all respondents is reskilling existing employees. Nearly half of the companies we surveyed are doing so.’”