Artificial Intelligence Statistics & Facts (Data for 2023)

Artificial intelligence (AI), as a technology, is not a recent development. Although it’s been around for a long time, its popularity has exploded in recent years.

There are some interesting AI stats on AI adoption, generative AI technology, chatbots, and how businesses might or may want to use AI.

Google’s interest in artificial intelligence grew dramatically in December 2022.

Google Trends reports that the topic “Artificial Intelligence” has seen a dramatic increase in popularity since December 2022.

The launch of OpenAI ChatGPT is scheduled for November 30, 2022.

Since then, interest has grown at an accelerated rate around the world.

China, Vietnam, South Korea, Romania, and Taiwan are the most popular.

The lowest interest is in Turkey, Russia, Iran, and France.

Interest in the United States is declining.

Global Artificial Intelligence Market Size is $142.3 Billion

Statista, in collaboration with Next Move Strategy Consulting and Statista, published data that the global AI market was estimated to be worth $142.3 billion by 2022.

By 2030, this number is expected to reach $1.8 trillion.

By 2030, the market for explainable artificial intelligence will be worth $21 billion.

Statista’s data on the artificial intelligence market, including data on explainable AI (or XAI), reveals that this form of AI will grow from $4.4 billion to $21 billion globally by 2030.

XAI, or “show your work,” is AI that can show its results.

It’s the artificial intelligence that can show how it came to a certain response, like a medical diagnosis.

By 2030, the market for AI-driven robotics will be worth $77.7 billion.

Statista’s data on AI-driven robotics, which was published in collaboration with Next Move Strategy Consulting and Statista, shows that this type of AI market will reach 77,7 billion dollars by 2030.

Starship Technologies’ autonomous robot delivery vehicles are an example of a robot that uses AI.

Starship robots, in particular, are equipped with sensors that use AI mapping to help them find their destination and return.

Baidu has 13,993 patent families with AI patents, making it the largest AI patent owner.

Statista provides data on the patent holders of machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies.

This data is provided in collaboration with LexisNexis PatentSight.

Baidu is the largest AI patent owner. They have 13,993 active active patent families.

Tencent is ranked second, with 13,187 patent families.

AI increases revenue for 63% of companies.

McKinsey & Company surveyed companies that have adopted AI. The survey revealed that 63% saw revenue increases, and 32% saw cost reductions after adopting AI.

70% and 70% of the revenue increases were reported by departments in marketing and sales and product/service development, respectively.

Supply chain management is the department where companies report most cost reductions. 52% of firms have seen cost decreases.

On average, companies have 3.8 AI systems in their organization

McKinsey & Company has been conducting an annual survey on AI since 2018.

The survey in 2022 found that, on average, companies had 3.8 AI capabilities integrated into their processes.

This is down 0.1 from the 2021 number but up 1.9 from last year’s 1.9.

The top five AI features that companies are integrating into their systems.

Robotic Process Automation- 39% of the survey respondents said that their organization has integrated this AI capability.

This question was asked only to respondents who said their Company had integrated at least one AI technology into their organization.

AI is used by 24% of companies for optimizing service operations

McKinsey & Company surveyed companies that use AI to find out how they use AI. 24% said their organization uses AI to optimize service operations.

AI is used by 20% to create AI products. Another 19% use it for customer service analytics. A further 19% use it for segmenting customers.

Cyber security is the main concern of 51% of companies adopting AI.

McKinsey & Company surveyed companies that have implemented AI to find out what the greatest risks are.

51% of respondents chose cyber security. 36% chose regulatory compliance. 28% chose privacy. 22% chose explainability.

37% of Americans believe AI will result in fewer jobs

According to a survey conducted by Statista and YouGov with 4,021 respondents in total, the majority of Americans don’t know if AI is going to lead to more jobs or less.

Americans aged 65 and older are the most uncertain about AI’s role in the workplace.

Most Americans, however, agree that AI is likely to lead to fewer jobs. 19% say it will result in fewer positions, and 18% claim AI will cause a significant reduction in employment.

AI is expected to create 12% more jobs, while 13% believe it will result in many more.

Aged 45-64, the age group that is most concerned with AI’s impact on the workforce, are those who believe AI will result in many fewer job opportunities.

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