Most organizations have big gaps between their artificial intelligence ambitions and their actual execution, according to a new study from Boston Consulting Group and MIT Sloan Management Review.

About three-quarters of the more than 3,000 global business executives, managers and analysts surveyed for the report expect AI to create competitive advantage or new lines of business for their organizations. But only about 20 percent have incorporated AI in some offerings or processes today, and only one in 20 have extensively incorporated AI into their current offerings or processes.

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