Fifty-three percent of companies that adopt artificial intelligence (AI) have spent more than $ 53 million in the past year, according to a Deloitte survey.
The state of artificial intelligence in business research, based on 2.737 business executives, underscores the way in which artificial intelligence implementations are moving into production at a rapid pace. The Deloitte respondent base included 26% "experienced adopters", 47% "skilled adopters" and 27% "new adopters". Respondents were classified based on AI adoption and systems started in production.
Among experienced adopters, 68% have spent more than $ 20 million in the past year on AI, according to Deloitte. In addition, 81% of those experienced have reported repayment of investments in less than two years.
As for the AI technology portfolio, 67% of respondents use machine learning today, 97% plan, 54% use deep learning and 58% use natural language processing, Deloitte said.
These adopters of artificial intelligence see as more effective processes with the main justification for growth by improving reception decisions and a key goal. Artificial intelligence adopters also generally buy more technology since its inception, but only 47% of respondents said they have skills option suppliers, Deloitte said.
Other key findings are:
- 45% said they have a high level of proficiency in integrating AI technology into their existing IT environment.
- 93% use cloud-based AI and 78% use open source AI.
- 61% said they believed AI would significantly transform them industries their.
- Sixty-two percent said they had high and extreme concerns about cyber-vulnerabilities with artificial intelligence, followed by failures affecting business and the use of personal data without consent. Liability and changing regulations were also top concerns.
- 95% of respondents were concerned about the ethical risks of developing AI.