According to the study, 90% of the leaders agreed that cognitive diversity is important for management and 93% believe that AI will improve decision making.
Three out of four expect AI to create new roles for its employees. Ken Goldberg, a UC Berkeley professor and co-author of the report, said: “The predominant narrative around AI has focused on a ‘Singularity’, a hypothetical moment when artificial intelligence will overtake humans, but there is growing interest.
In ‘Multiplicity’, where AI helps groups of machines and humans to collaborate to innovate and solve problems, this survey of leading executives reveals that the multiplicity, the positive and inclusive vision of AI, is gaining traction. ” The study also found that AI could improve cognitive diversity within groups, which could produce better results, while helping employees to be more agile and agile.