SnapLogic Reveals Personality Traits Tied to Workplace AI Acceptance

SnapLogic, a leader in intelligent integration and enterprise automation, announced research revealing the attitudes and acceptance towards AI in the workplace, with key findings to inform how businesses can foster a positive company culture while implementing AI tools.

The business landscape is unpredictable, with more pressure on budgets, resources and employees. Using AI to automate processes and improve productivity is a solution. However, having employee buy-in is a critical component for a successful rollout.

With insight into employee sentiment around AI adoption, digital leaders can build an effective AI-inclusive culture to improve productivity and optimize business practices.

The survey, conducted by Censuswide, includes responses from nearly 1,000 mid-senior management workers within large enterprises across the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.

Survey respondents showed a strong grasp of AI’s benefits, with more than half (54 percent) reporting that AI would save them time; 46 percent reporting it would improve productivity, and 37 percent reporting it would reduce risk and errors in their work.

Respondents also revealed primary factors that would make them more likely to use AI in their role, either now or in the future. Forty-two percent of respondents desire a better understanding of how AI would specifically benefit them in their role, while 36 percent want a safety net to reduce the risk that they would make mistakes.

Respondents’ personality scores revealed the underlying traits that dictated their views on AI. Respondents who scored low on the extraversion scale were more likely to embrace AI and have fewer concerns about using it – compared to their high-extraversion colleagues, who expressed more reservations.

Those who scored high on agreeableness and ‘openness to experience’ were more likely to have concerns about making mistakes when using AI.

Nearly two-thirds (66 percent) of respondents like the idea of using AI in their role, either currently or in the future. However, respondents believe skills are an issue, with one-third (34 percent) claiming there are very few people within their organization with the skills required to implement and use AI.

Thirty-nine percent said it would be hard to get everyone in their organization to fully adopt AI, while 19 percent acknowledged they are worried that they would not be able to properly navigate using AI.

SnapLogic has been an early adopter of AI and recently announced SnapGPT, the first-ever generative AI solution for enterprise applications. The addition to the SnapLogic platform leverages AI to integrate and automate business processes using natural language prompts.

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