Most CEOs recognize that AI will be critical to their business, but few enterprises have undertaken AI initiatives yet. CIOs can reduce the risks and increase the value of AI investments by getting corporate leaders to think about AI in a longer time frame.
- Key Question
- Opportunities and Challenges
- How This Report Will Help
- Party Like It's 1958!
- Be Careful of Hyperlocal Planning Time Horizons
What's New About AI
- How Will AI Affect Enterprise Computing?
Why AI Is Relevant Now
- Civilization Infrastructure Will Shape Markets
- AI as a Scale Accelerator
Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence
- How Human Work Will Change
- Where AI Will Replace Jobs
Use Cases for AI
- Where AI Is Today
- Objective No. 1: Cost Savings
- Objective No. 2: Revenue Growth
- Objective No. 3: Operational Efficiency
- Objective No. 4: Innovative Products
- Where AI Could Be Tomorrow
- Using AI Requires Digital Ethics
AI Market Dynamics
- Questions to Ask AI Vendors
- A Risk Management Framework for AI
- Diversity Will Protect You from Unintended AI Consequences
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