According to Gartner, before long, GenAI will greatly impact product development, customer experience, employee productivity and innovation. We predict that:
By 2025, 70% of enterprises will identify the sustainable and ethical use of AI among their top concerns.
By 2025, 35% of large organizations will have a chief AI officer who reports to the CEO or COO.
By 2025, the use of synthetic data will reduce the volume of real data needed for machine learning by 70%.
By 2025, 30% of outbound marketing messages from large organizations will be synthetically generated. That’s up from less than 2% in 2022.
Through 2026, despite all the advancements in AI, the impact on global jobs will be neutral — there will not be a net decrease or increase.
By 2030, AI could reduce global CO2 emissions by 5 to 15% and consume up to 3.5% of the world’s electricity.
By 2030, decisions made by AI agents without human oversight will cause $100 billion in losses from asset damage.
By 2033, AI solutions will result in more than half a billion net-new human jobs.