Amelia Survey Findings Featured in The Wall Street Journal’s AI Newsletter

September 9, 2020 • 1 minute read

To "gauge the uptake of enterprise AI tools during the pandemic," Amelia (formerly IPsoft) and Censuswide recently surveyed 250 corporate executives at U.S. firms.

Angus Loten’s Artificial Intelligence newsletter, published by The Wall Street Journal, is one of the pre-eminent information sources on the AI industry. We’re excited to have our recent executive survey on enterprise AI’s impact in the era of COVID-19 featured recently within the newsletter.

Here’s an excerpt of the survey reference within the newsletter:

“[Amelia], an automation-software maker, and market-research firm Censuswide recently surveyed 250 corporate vice presidents and chief experience officers at U.S. firms to gauge the uptake of enterprise AI tools during the pandemic. Here’s what they found.

Driving remote work. Among survey respondents, 88% said their companies had increased their use of AI since the onset of the pandemic, as employees began working from home.

Smart reopening. More than 80% said their companies also plan to use AI-powered software to support prolonged workplace closures or partial reopenings.”

We highly recommend subscribing to Loten’s newsletter and reading this bulletin from The Wall Street Journal. Visit our Newsroom to read more about our executive survey.

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