The New Skills in Finance Report 2022
In a digital-transforming era, there is a widening skills gap for those who cannot adapt to the new digital world in finance.
CFTE and Elevandi published the report with the discussion with leading experts to help governments, organisations and individuals address the current skills gap in finance and build a digital-resilient workforce in the industry.
Key takeaways from "Trust in artificial intelligence: 2023 global study on the shifting public perceptions of AI" report published by KPMG
CFTE summarised “Trust in artificial intelligence: 2023 global study on the shifting public perceptions of AI” report by KPMG. The research provides comprehensive, timely, global insights into the public’s trust and acceptance of AI systems, including who is trusted to develop, use and govern AI, the perceived benefits and risks of AI use, community expectations of the development, regulation and governance of AI, and how organisations can support trust in their AI use.
- The report provides broad-ranging global insights into the drivers of trust, the perceived risks and benefits of AI use, community expectations of governance of AI and who is trusted to develop, use and govern AI.
Table of Contents
- How we conducted the research
- To what extent do people trust AI systems?
- How do people perceive the benefits and risks of AI?
- Who is trusted to develop, use and govern AI?
- What do people expect of the management, governance and regulation of AI?
- How do people feel about AI at work?
- How well do people understand AI?
- What are the key drivers of trust in and acceptance of AI?
- How have trust and attitudes towards AI changed over time?
Key Findings and Insights
This report will give you an insight into: