Study finds AI is creating jobs, not destroying them

A Capgemini study of nearly 1,000 organizations implementing artificial intelligence (AI) highlights the growth opportunity of AI and counters fears that AI will cause massive job losses in the short term.

Capgemini analysed more than 50 AI use cases regarding their adoption, complexity and benefits. The company gathered a range of perspectives on AI investment, surveying senior executives from nearly 1,000 organisations around the world that are already implementing AI, as well as academics, AI-focused executives at global companies, start-ups and vendors.

The research shows that AI is already starting to transform how organisations do business, manage their customer relationships and stimulate the ideas and creativity that fuel ground-breaking innovation.

Download the report 'How to turn Artificial Intelligence into concrete value' here or contact Capgemini's experts for more information.


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