How many advisers are using AI at their firms? We asked you…

‘It will really help us to grow and provide a better service to our clients’

Hope Coumbe
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Over two thirds (68%) of advisers say their firm does not currently use any type of artificial intelligence (AI).

In the latest PA Asks survey, we asked advisers to share their experience on AI adoption in the workplace. While the majority do not use AI, almost a third (29%) have integrated it into their work. One respondent said: "[AI] will really help us to grow and provide a better services to our clients." Another said they were using it for spreadsheets and for suggestions on how to better write emails, while one said it was useful to use AI as a resource for research. Several advisers also told PA that they use ChatGPT at their firm. One pundit, who said their firm did not use AI, ...

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