How invasive can an AI process be and could it benefit or harm companies? 

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Operations Manager in Software, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
With the right design upfront, AI poses more benefits that the problems. ChatGPT is already turning out to be a force multiplier and will become a strong factor in deciding who wins. 
CIO in Energy and Utilities, 201 - 500 employees
El grado de invasividad de un proceso de IA puede variar según cómo se implemente y utilice. La inteligencia artificial puede ser beneficiosa para las empresas al ofrecer automatización, eficiencia y análisis avanzado de datos. Algunos de los beneficios incluyen una toma de decisiones más rápida y precisa, optimización de procesos, experiencias de cliente personalizadas y detección de patrones y tendencias. Es importante considerar la ética responsable, particularmente en relación con la desigualdad y la discriminación, así como el gran potencial cuando se gestiona adecuadamente.
Operations Manager in IT Services, 501 - 1,000 employees
this is benefit in terms of usages
Operations Manager in Media, 51 - 200 employees
An AI process can be invasive to varying degrees depending on its design and purpose. It can benefit companies by enhancing productivity, automation, and decision-making. However, it can also pose risks such as privacy concerns, job displacement, and biased outcomes if not properly regulated and monitored.
Operations Analyst in Healthcare and Biotech, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Don't think AI will possess big threat to companies and its data. its rather that if an organization isn't adopting it, it lags behind the race as in no time these AI processes will become mainstream and someone who isn't acquaint to it lags behind the race. There are many AI process in market like ChatGPT, chatbots, self driven cards like Tesla who are utilizing AI to their advantage and has become need of the hour to embed these AI process into organizations processes.
Operations Analyst in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
The degree of intrusiveness of an AI process depends on its design and purpose. Businesses can benefit from improved productivity, automation and decision making. However, if not properly regulated and monitored, it can also pose risks such as privacy issues, job loss, and biased results. 
Social Support Manager in Software, 11 - 50 employees
while AI processes can bring numerous benefits to companies, the level of invasiveness should be carefully considered and balanced with ethical considerations and privacy safeguards to prevent potential harm.

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Senior Manager, Supply Strategy Chain Supply in Consumer Goods, 10,001+ employees
I haven't used it, but thought I'd mention it here to see what the peer community thinks, what about the Gartner BuySmart (

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