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CIO Table Stakes: Navigating the Rapid Adoption of Gen-AI in the New Year

Where's the beef?
TNCR Staff

If you’re a CIO, generative AI is likely already on your radar, and for good reason. According to a recent surveys from TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group, a staggering 54% of organizations are planning to adopt this technology within the next year.

While the consumer sector has been quick to implement generative AI, its enterprise integration is a different ball game altogether. It brings with it a unique set of challenges and opportunities, especially in the realms of deployment, compliance, and governance. The speed at which this technology is being adopted is unparalleled, perhaps even eclipsing the adoption rates of cloud computing and other transformative technologies of the past decade.

Why it matters: For CIOs, this rapid adoption rate is a clarion call to action, signaling the need to not only understand but also to strategically implement generative AI in a way that aligns with broader business objectives. The task is clear: leverage this transformative technology while navigating the associated risks, especially those related to compliance, privacy, and security.

  • The Speed-Risk Equation – The breakneck speed at which generative AI is being adopted—54% of organizations are on track to adopt it within a year—is both exhilarating and cautionary. The urgency to innovate is compelling organizations to make trade-offs, often in critical areas like compliance and governance.
  • Democratization and Governance – Generative AI’s reach is extending beyond technical teams to line-of-business leaders. A noteworthy 78% of individuals are using generative AI for personal purposes, yet only 36% of organizations have governance policies in place. This governance gap is a ticking time bomb that CIOs need to defuse.
  • Rethinking IT Architecture – As generative AI becomes a staple in enterprise systems, a new approach to IT architecture and governance is required. Emerging concepts like “LLMOps” are becoming integral to managing large language models effectively and securely.

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