Warehouse Artificial Intelligence Not Meeting High Expectations

Nearly 90% of respondents, regardless of industry, admitted to needing more expertise and information when it comes to implementation and use of warehouse artificial intelligence solutions.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a warehouse game changer, but organizations are struggling to use it optimally, according to market study insights released from Lucas Systems.

The study reveals executives are optimistic about AI, but 99% of organizations say they face challenges to use AI more effectively.

“These findings are consistent with what we’re hearing from our customers,” says Lucas Systems chief marketing officer Ken Ramoutar. “There’s a belief that AI is a heavy lift - that it’s difficult to use and risky or expensive. This thinking prevents widespread adoption in the warehouse and the ability to tap AI’s true potential.”

From PR Newswire:

  • Top reasons for hesitancy in adoption are perceptions of high costs compared to benefits; concerns about risks and control of operations decisions; cost and time for training and a lack of understanding for implementation.
  • Nearly 90% of respondents, regardless of industry, admitted to needing more expertise and information when it comes to implementation and use.