ARTYKUŁ ORYGINALNY
Co menedżerowie MŚP w regionie Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej powinni wiedzieć o wyzwaniach związanych z wprowadzeniem sztucznej inteligencji? – dyskusja wprowadzająca
 
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National University for Political Sciences and Public Administration (SNSPA), Bucharest, Romania
Data publikacji online: 28-03-2022
Data publikacji: 28-03-2022
 
NSZ 2022;17(1)
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE
Kolejnym krokiem cyfrowej transformacji jest przyjęcie sztucznej inteligencji (AI), nawet jeśli sama technologia wciąż ewoluuje. Niemniej jednak dyskusje na temat zalet i wad AI są żywe: menedżerowie znajdują się na pierwszej linii podejmowania decyzji dotyczących najlepszych sposobów wprowadzenia takich zmian. Jeśli korporacje są już zaznajomione ze sztuczną inteligencją, przynajmniej częściowo w przypadku niektórych procesów, małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa (MŚP) stoją przed podwójną presją: nierównym stopniem dojrzałości cyfrowej, a także codziennymi ograniczeniami w zwiększaniu konkurencyjności. W szczególności MŚP z Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej znajdują się w skomplikowanych ramach, a przyjęcie sztucznej inteligencji, nawet jeśli jest trudne, może być jednym z rozwiązań umożliwiających postęp pod względem wydajności. Mimo wszystko ryzyko w takim podejściu musi być dokładnie rozważone. Opierając się na częściowo ustrukturyzowanym przeglądzie literatury przedmiotu, w niniejszym artykule omówiono główne zagrożenia, które menedżerowie MŚP w regionie Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej powinni zrozumieć w odniesieniu do sztucznej inteligencji, i wynikające z niej wyzwania związane z jej przyjęciem w biznesie. Końcowe rozważania i przyszłe dyskusje badawcze zamykają prace.
 
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