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AI-Ready or Not: Artificial Intelligence Here We Come!
What consumers think and what marketers need to know

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  1. 1. In AI-Ready or Not, Weber Shandwick surveyed global consumers and senior ranking marketers on their attitudes toward and expectations for artificial intelligence (AI). The following provides the results of the consumer perspectives and what those implications mean for marketers. In its most basic definition, AI is intelligence exhibited by machines. It is frequently thought of as robotics, but encompasses a broader range of technologies, some of which are in wide use among the general population today. AI-READY OR NOT: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HERE WE COME! WHAT CONSUMERS THINK & WHAT MARKETERS NEED TO KNOW CONSUMERS HOLD SUPERFICIAL AI INTELLIGENCE.1“Artificial intelligence” has entered the general public’s consciousness. Nearly one half know a little and 18% know a lot, a group we classify as the AI Vanguard. 48% 18% 34% Consumers are aware that AI is already here or soon coming. Only 8% think AI is science fiction while the rest believe it is reality now (40%) or will be eventually (52%). AI impressions are vague, however. The most common association with AI is “robots.” The marketer’s challenge will be to broaden consumer understanding of AI beyond robotics. KNOWLEDGE OF AI (% GLOBAL CONSUMERS) Don’t know anything about Know a lot about Know a little about AI FORECAST SUNNY. MEDIA SHINES A BRIGHT LIGHT.2Consumers are optimistic about AI’s impact on society and their personal lives. Marketers now know what is influencing consumers on AI and have a roadmap on where to reach them. AI’s Impact Will Be… (% global consumers) SOCIETAL IMPACT OF AI 34% 45%7% NEGATIVE BOTH NEGATIVE ANDPOSITIVE POSITIVE 52%21%7% PERSONAL IMPACT OF AI AI CONSUMER BENEFITS PLENTIFUL, KEEP THEM COMING.3Global consumers see many benefits to AI. AI VANGUARD CMOs need to be careful of the features they leverage in their marketing. They need to either avoid overselling on payoffs that are not feasible, or they need to change perceptions. Similarly, they do not want to miss an opportunity to leverage an advantage that consumers expect and that the product can deliver on. Better complex problem-solving Positive economic impact Positive environmental impact Improved human health Easier access to relevant content Time savings Ease and convenience Greater social equality Completion of tasks too dangerous for humans 20%+ 40%+ 50%+ 60%+ 70%+ Better use of natural resources Easier purchase decision-making Lower prices Companionship AI ADOPTION MEETS TREPIDATION.4Despite an overall acceptance of AI in their present and future lives, 64% of consumers register concern about AI, although mostly at a moderate level (49%). For companies in the AI space, it is a very positive finding that 28% are not concerned at all, a rate nearly twice that of those very concerned (15%). CONSUMER AI POSITIVITY BUSTER: JOB LOSSES.5The vast majority of global consumers expect jobs to be lost due to AI. Like consumers, CMOs anticipate a large talent shift in the workforce in the near future. Consumers’ job concerns should be recognized and addressed internally by company leaders to retain the qualified workers they have, retrain others and attract new workers where they find talent gaps. Marketers will want to be sensitive to heralding the benefits of AI too triumphantly if jobs are seriously at stake in certain sectors. AI will require workers with vastly different skills or abilities AI will result in a reduction in the overall number of jobs AI will result in an increase in the overall number of jobs AI will have no impact on our workforce or number of jobs 40% 45% 4% 11% How AI Will Impact Company's Workforce in 5 Years (% CMOs) The media is helping to shape this flattering outlook of AI. 80% of consumers say their overall impression of AI comes from some form of media – a mix primarily of Internet, social media, TV, movies and the news. Very concerned Somewhat concerned Criminal use of AI technologies 31%60% Job losses 29%60% Cyber-attacks or computer hacking 37%53% Less security of personal data and privacy 35%52% Humans becoming lazy or less industrious 34%52% Machines or technologies making bad choices 40%48% Companies/government with more access to personal info/behavior 41%47% Humans losing certain abilities or skills 41%43% Accidents involving humans 43%40% Disruptions to infrastructure 41%40% Manipulation of humans by intelligent machines or technologies 40%40% Ease of going to war 38%39% Harmful impacts on our environment 44%30% Transportation problems 41%29% Potential Outcomes of AI that Consumers Are Concerned About (% global consumers) The majority of CMOs are in touch with consumers’ concerns of AI-related negative events such as job loss, cyber threats and erosion of privacy. Some underestimation exists, however. THE AI VANGUARD SEES WHAT OTHERS DON’T.6The small but knowledgeable segment of consumers – the AI Vanguard – is much more likely to see the potential for AI to deliver benefits for the greater good. Gap (know a lot minus a little) A positive impact on our environment A positive impact on our economy Companionship Better at solving complex problems Easier decision-making for purchases of products or services 75% 49% 70% 51% 72% 54% 65% 52% 69% 59% 26% 19% 18% 13% 10% Improvements to human health and/or longevity 65% 48% 17% Greater social equality 44% 26% 18% Benefits of AI AI’s societal benefits should not be overlooked by marketers as selling points. Today, they may not be readily apparent to the general public, but they are accepted by those “in the know” who may spread the word and be heard. THE CMO’S GUIDE TO ENGAGING IN THE AI ERA.7 Know a lot about AI Know a little about AI 01 02 03 BROADEN THE BASELINE UNDERSTANDING, INCLUDING YOUR OWN STRENGTHEN MEDIA RELATIONSHIPS STAY CLOSELY ALIGNED WITH CONSUMERS ON TRUSTED AI TASKS IGNORE AI FEARS AT YOUR OWN RISK FIND YOUR EXPERTS PREPARE FOR THE GREAT TALENT SHIFT CONSUMER KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS FOLLOW THE VANGUARD ADOPT RESPONSIBLE AI PRACTICES BE COGNIZANT OF REGIONAL DIFFERENCES START THINKING METRICS NOW; DON’T BE CAUGHT WITHOUT THEM DON’T LEAVE WOMEN BEHIND Methodology: Two segments were surveyed: 2,100 adult consumers in the U.S., Canada, the UK, China, and Brazil, and 150 CMOs in the U.S., the UK and China. All CMOs were employed by companies with annual revenues of at least $500 million USD or comparable levels in other markets. For more information about AI-Ready or Not: Artificial Intelligence Here We Come!, please contact ThoughtLeadership@webershandwick.com 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 Presented with a list of potential negative effects of AI, most consumers – 70% or more – are concerned with every AI potential problem raised.