Abandonment of AI and Intelligent Tool Projects (and what it actually means)

Abandonment of AI and Intelligent Tool Projects (and what it actually means)
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  What AI and Intelligent Tool Projects are being Abandoned?
(and what does abandonment of these HR Tech projects actually mean?)

 

We surveyed 542 HR executives and subject matter experts to find out what AI and intelligent tools were passing or failing in real-world deployments.

 

Failure is part of the transition to any new tool. While that’s holding true for AI and intelligent tool projects we’re finding that more sophisticated deployments are likely to experience even higher failure rates.

 

The chart shown above is from our study of AI and intelligent tools in HR. It shows failure rates from our 90-day study of 542 respondents answering a 28-question instrument (study details are summarized at the end of this article). Make sure to click on the chart to see the data. The chart shows the number of projects that were ‘tried and quit’ versus the number of projects currently in operation. The most important thing about the chart is that it shows that failure, actual failure, is a part of learning to use intelligent tools. The more sophisticated and intelligent the tool gets, the higher the likelihood for

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