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Employers Are Setting Workers Up for Failure

Artificial intelligence could bring huge revenue increases for companies—but not if they don't train their employees for the new era.
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Machines are learning how to perform routine tasks and some more complicated ones, and their progress is piquing employers’ interests. The retail and health industries in particular stand the most to gain from incorporating artificial intelligence into work. Both could see about a 50 percent revenue increase, according to a new Accenture report. And if all companies invest in artificial intelligence at a rate similar to that of top-performing businesses, such as those in the S&P 500, companies could boost their revenues by 38 percent.

Despite , the study also found that 100 percent of C-level executives who plan to use

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