You know the dangers and success stories from AI, but how can you set it up in your own business? If you take an overview snapshot of the jobs that AI will impact, you’ll find that some people are less inclined to accept it than others. This is due to the stigma of job interference and absorption. Essentially, workers believe that AI will steal their jobs from them and create a void in the workplace. While this is true to an extent, there are workarounds. AI isn’t perfect, so placing it in areas that can be monitored and adjusted without taking away vital jobs will keep people happy and productive.
Similarly, setting up an operational model goes a long way in understanding the AI you’re putting in place and how to use this AI in your business. It doesn’t operate like the human brain, but if you incorporate AI correctly, you’ll see a stream of enhanced services and solutions in no time. An operational model is based on value assessment, development pipeline, and cultural preparedness. If each of these elements is checked off, the AI implementation will be a success.
Value assessment is a look at the projects that are impacted and their significance to the company. The development pipeline is the understanding of how the AI will grow based on the service it’s attached to and how you will develop that growth over time. Finally, cultural preparedness is how ready your team is to accept and work with AI. If you can check off each of these boxes, you’ll implement AI smoothly and encounter minimal issues along the way.