AI in the workplace is still frequently “ineffective, simplistic and opaque” according to analysis of hundreds of research reports across the last year.

A report by Oxford University’s Internet Institute, titled AI @ Work [pdf] delves into the underlying causes, including a lack of transparency and the fact many AI solutions still require huge amounts of manual labour.

In this week’s Minicast Oxford University Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow Gina Neff, who co-authored the report, explains just how big the gap between what vendors say they are offering and what organisations are actually experiencing is.

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