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12 Ways AI Will Disrupt Your C-Suite

McKinsey & Company estimates that as much as 45% of the tasks currently performed by people can be automated using existing technologies. If you haven't made an effort to understand how artificial intelligence will affect your company, now is the time to start.
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Organizational Intelligence Explodes 

Organizations are using AI to solve problems at scale. Michele Goetz, a principal analyst at Forrester Research, estimates that most organizations only take advantage of 10% to 30% of their data, with most of that still being structured, transactional information. 
'There's a difference in what AI technology is going to bring to the organization compared to what other technologies have brought,' said Goetz, in an interview. '[The C-suite executives] will have better visibility into market opportunities and [become aware of] threats faster. Because they can see their environment more holistically and clearly, they'll understand partners and customers better. It's [also] going to change the way employees work.'     
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Organizational Intelligence Explodes

Organizations are using AI to solve problems at scale. Michele Goetz, a principal analyst at Forrester Research, estimates that most organizations only take advantage of 10% to 30% of their data, with most of that still being structured, transactional information.

"There's a difference in what AI technology is going to bring to the organization compared to what other technologies have brought," said Goetz, in an interview. "[The C-suite executives] will have better visibility into market opportunities and [become aware of] threats faster. Because they can see their environment more holistically and clearly, they'll understand partners and customers better. It's [also] going to change the way employees work."

(Image: geralt via Pixabay)

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