Recent surveys, studies, forecasts, and other quantitative assessments of AI progress highlight workers' positive attitudes toward AI and robots, implement corporate AI challenges. AI's perceived benefits in financial services, and the impact of AI on Big business.

50% of workers use some form of AI at work.
50% of workers use some form of AI at work.


Currently, 50% of workers use some form of AI at work, compared with 32% last year.  The artificial intelligence used by workers in China (77%) and India (78%) in France (32%) and Japan (29%) is more than twice as many.

65% of employees are optimistic, excited, and grateful for having robotic colleagues. And nearly a quarter of reports report a loving and satisfying relationship with AI at work. 64% of workers trust robots more than they do. Its manager, half of the workers, turned to robots instead of managers for advice.

Indian (89%) and Chinese (88%) workers trust robots more than managers, but the United States (57%), the United Kingdom (54%), and France (56%) have lower trust.

82% believe that robots can do better than managers, including providing impartial information (26%), maintaining work plans (34%), problem-solving (29%), and Management budget (26%) — Oracle survey of 8,370 employees, managers, and HR executives in 10 countries.

This year, the growth of AI applications in deployments is less than last year. The total percentage of chief information officers (CIOs) indicates that their company has now deployed AI at 19%, up from 14% last year, far below 23%. They will launch AI [Gartner] in 2019

74% of financial services executives (FI) executives say that artificial intelligence is extremely important or very important to the success of today's companies, while 53% predict that artificial intelligence will become extremely important three years from now.

About 75% expect their organization to receive primary or significant gains from AI by increasing efficiency/reducing costs over the next three years.

61% of FI executives say they know their company's AI projects, and only 29 of them % of executives indicated that the project had been fully implemented.

Only 29% of AI projects are in full implementation, with 46% still in the pilot, 35% proof of concept, and 24% of initial plans.

Challenges include ensuring senior management's commitment (45%) and ensuring adequate budget (44) %). Technologies used in AI projects include virtual agents (72%) and natural language analysis (56%).

50% believe that acquiring talent is very or very challenging, while 49% believe that attracting and retaining professionals with the right skills are very or very challenging - cognitive surveys of financial executives in the US and Europe.

82% of CEOs say they have a digital plan or a transformation plan. Still, only 23% of CEOs think their organization is very active at digital harvesting results, and even fewer CIOs say they are substantial in this area.

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