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 "Early LLM-based Tools for Enterprise Information Workers Likely Provide Meaningful Boosts to Productivity" report published by Microsoft
CFTE summarised “Early LLM-based Tools for Enterprise Information Workers Likely Provide Meaningful Boosts to Productivity” report by Microsoft. This report presents the initial findings of Microsoft’s research initiative on “AI and Productivity”, which seeks to measure and accelerate the productivity gains created by LLM-powered productivity tools like Microsoft’s Copilot.
- The focus is on measuring and accelerating productivity gains in common enterprise information worker tasks, where LLMs are most likely to provide significant value.
- It supports the hypothesis that the first versions of Copilot tools substantially increase productivity in these tasks, mainly as an increase in speed of execution without a significant decrease in quality
Table of Contents
- Findings on productivity (defined in three parts: speed, quality, and effort)
- Various studies and surveys that form the basis of these findings
Key Findings and Insights
This report will give you an insight into: