Report: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Australian Leaders

We want to understand the impact from the leaders’ point of view on this revolutionary topic.

In 2021 the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources shared Australia’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Action Plan. The document contains the strategies to turn the country into “a global leader in developing and adopting trusted, secure and responsible AI.”

Since the Action Plan will inevitably affect organisational decisions, we wanted to understand the impact from the leaders’ point of view on this revolutionary topic.

This is part 1 of a publication series to showcase the insights and data from this survey. At this point, let’s dive into the first set of interesting revelations.

67% and 61% of leaders from the healthcare industry and government sector respectively believe AI will increase their organisational efficiency and reduce costs in 2022

There is a very interesting result for the professional service industry that we’ll release in the next article. We’ll be getting into the detail. 

67% and 61% of leaders believe AI will increase their organisational efficiency

69% of Australian Leaders Have Incorporated AI into Their Business Strategy for 2022

69% of Australian Leaders Have Incorporated AI into Their Business Strategy for 2022

88% of Australian Leaders Will Develop Their A.I. Knowledge in 2022

69% of Australian Leaders Have Incorporated AI into Their Business Strategy for 2022

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