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IT pros find generative AI doesn’t always play well with others – Computerworld

Privacy and security worries were cited as the top barriers to genAI integration, and IT pros specifically called for increased government regulations to address security (72%) and privacy (64%) issues. When asked about challenges with AI, 41% said they’ve had negative experiences; of those, privacy concerns (48%) and security risks (43%) were most often cited.

More than half of respondents also believe government regulation should play a role in combating misinformation. “To ensure successful and secure AI adoption, IT pros recognize that organizations must develop thorough policies on ethics, data privacy, and compliance, pointing to ethical considerations and concerns about job displacement as other significant barriers to AI adoption,” the report said.

SolarWinds found that more than a third of organizations still lack ethics, privacy and compliance policies in place to guide proper genAI implementation. “While talk of AI has dominated the industry, IT leaders and teams recognize the outsize risks of the still-developing technology, heightened by the rush to build AI quickly rather than smartly,” said Krishna Sai, senior vice president, technology and engineering, at SolarWinds.


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