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India Tops Adoption, Usage of Generative Artificial Intelligence Among Asia Pacific Nations

CIO Insider Team | Friday, 17 May, 2024
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Both in the adoption and usage of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI), India aced the charts among Asia Pacific’s 13 nations, says a Deloitte report based on a survey of 11,900 people in the area.

The research identified 83 percent of working class people and 93 percent of students to be the most active users of GenAI.

The adoption is believed to be driven by a young, tech-savvy workforce with the efforts of companies encouraging and adapting to these developments in the face of new opportunities and challenges, the research pointed out.

The research observed that GenAI is imposing new standards, reducing work hours, while producing new avenues to nurture skill development, building more sustainable workloads and boosting output.

Incorporating GenAI is seen to be creating vibrant impacts on the business and the research indicated that its usage will likely cross over 182 percent within a span of five years, with an even deeper integration.

The research revealed that about 75 percent of Indians are in the hope that GenAI could improve Asia Pacific’s standing in the global economy and 83 percent believe its potential on social results improvement.

Both, the working class, as well as, students, are noted to be raiding a GenAI revolution and the research pointed out that only half of the participants revealed that their authoritative bodies are aware of it.

Along with supporting more sustainable workloads and productivity, the technology has been reported to have enhanced work-life balance, according to 41 percent of time savers.

About 17 percent will experience a major impact from GenAI in terms of working hours in the region or about 1.1 billion working hours annually, according to the research.

This accelerated adoption of GenAI across developing nations are said to be at 30 percent, higher than the developments in developed economies throughout Asia Pacific and could upend form technological hierarchies, denoted the research.

The research noted that about 6.3 hours are saved by GenAI users each week, with Indian users saving 7.85 hours, allowing employees to acquire new skills.

Along with supporting more sustainable workloads and productivity, the technology has been reported to have enhanced work-life balance, according to 41 percent of time savers.

However, according to their own staff, 75 percent of organizations are lagging behind in using GenAI.

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