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Reality Check Shows Uneven AI Adoption at U.S. Businesses | by MIT IDE | MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy | Feb, 2024

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2024-02-12 14:01:49

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Summary

This article from MIT Sloan analyzes recent research on AI adoption in the U.S., identifying key patterns and trends in which companies are adopting AI, the industries and cities in which AI use is concentrated, and the characteristics of companies that are more likely to use AI.

Key Themes

1. AI Adoption:
AI adoption patterns in companies, analyzed by company size, sector, and location such as larger companies, manufacturing, and information technology.

2. Startups and AI:
The characteristics of startups that are more likely to use AI, such as younger, more educated, and more experienced leadership teams, as well as those with venture capital backing and a focus on process innovation.

3. Barriers to AI Adoption:
Challenges to AI adoption, including inertia, adjustment costs, and the potential economic impact on job displacement and labor force disparity.

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