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Opportunity, Global AI Adoption Index 2021, IBM
  • Today, almost one-third of IT professionals say their firm is using AI technology and almost half say their companies are exploring AI.
Lesson learned, The findings are like the previous report
  • Today, almost one-third of IT professionals say their firm is using AI technology and almost half say their companies are exploring AI, similar to findings in IBM’s report From Roadblock to Scale: The Global Sprint Towards AI.
Lesson learned, What's Driving AI Adoption
  • The adoption of AI is being driven by the continuing repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis, general business needs, and the technology being more accessible.
Lesson learned, Which companies are most likely? 
  • Larger companies are almost 70% more likely (a difference of 18 percentage points) than smaller companies to have actively deployed AI as part of their business operations.
Alert, A third have not developed AI projects
  • Over one-third (34%) of global IT professionals reported that their company has not deployed any AI projects.
Alert, The top three barriers to AI adoption
  1. Limited AI expertise or knowledge (39%)
  2. Increasing data complexity and data silos (32%)
  3. Lack of tools or platforms for developing AI models (28%)


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Methodology

The polling was conducted online through Morning Consult’s proprietary network of online providers in April 2021. All respondents were required to have significant insight or input into their firm’s IT decision-making.

Representative Sample of Business Decision-makers in 15 Markets
  • 501 in United States
  • 500 in China
  • 500 in India
  • 500 in Singapore
  • 2,500 in European Union countries (UK, Italy, Spain, France, Germany)
  • 1,000 in Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Peru)
  • Conducted online through Morning Consult’s proprietary network of online providers

Opportunity, Global AI Adoption Index 2021, IBM
  • Today, almost one-third of IT professionals say their firm is using AI technology and almost half say their companies are exploring AI.
Lesson learned, The findings are like the previous report
  • Today, almost one-third of IT professionals say their firm is using AI technology and almost half say their companies are exploring AI, similar to findings in IBM’s report From Roadblock to Scale: The Global Sprint Towards AI.
Lesson learned, What's Driving AI Adoption
  • The adoption of AI is being driven by the continuing repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis, general business needs, and the technology being more accessible.
Lesson learned, Which companies are most likely? 
  • Larger companies are almost 70% more likely (a difference of 18 percentage points) than smaller companies to have actively deployed AI as part of their business operations.
Alert, A third have not developed AI projects
  • Over one-third (34%) of global IT professionals reported that their company has not deployed any AI projects.
Alert, The top three barriers to AI adoption
  1. Limited AI expertise or knowledge (39%)
  2. Increasing data complexity and data silos (32%)
  3. Lack of tools or platforms for developing AI models (28%)

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Fernando Machuca


References

Global AI Adoption Index 2021, New research commissioned by IBM in partnership with Morning Consult, Survey was conducted in April 2021, IBM Watson, May 2021, IBM.


ABOUT THE AUTHORS


IBM Watson

Watson is IBM’s AI technology for business, helping organizations to better predict and shape future outcomes, automate complex processes, and optimize employees’ time. Watson has evolved from an IBM Research project, to experimentation, to a scaled, open set of products that run anywhere. With more than 40,000 client engagements, Watson is being applied by leading global brands across a variety of industries to transform how people work. 


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Morning Consult

Morning Consult is a global, privately held data intelligence company established in 2014. It was named one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America by Deloitte in both 2018 and 2019 and was valued at more than one billion dollars in June 2021. The company specializes in online survey research technology and has offices in Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco.   

Morning Consult provides global survey research tools, data services and news to organizations in business, marketing, economics and politics. The company's proprietary brand tracking platform, Brand Intelligence, tracks over 3,000 companies, products, and individuals across 15 countries by surveying tens of thousands of people every day on each brand it tracks.


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