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Now available: The 2023 Social Impact AI Pulse Survey Results!
In the rapidly evolving technology landscape, the emergence of generative AI1 has brought forth transformative possibilities across various sectors. One such sector that stands to benefit significantly is the nonprofit sector.
From across North America, 250 social sector organizations responded to our survey call to share how they are using generative AI in their human resources functions and missions.
The results from this 2023 Social Impact AI Pulse Survey provide a roadmap for nonprofits as they begin to embrace the transformative power of generative AI. This isn’t just a technological shift, it’s a cultural evolution that calls for clear communication, adaptable strategies and a commitment to upskilling the workforce where everyone can learn. The journey might be challenging, but the promise of enhanced efficiency and innovative solutions beckons nonprofits to step boldly into the future.
Benchmark this data against your organization’s AI journey to best apply this technology and advance your mission impact.
1As defined by the Federal Trade Commission, “‘Generative AI’ is a category of AI that empowers machines to generate new content rather than simply analyze or manipulate existing data. By using models trained on vast amounts of data, generative AI can generate content—such as text, photos, audio, or video—that is sometimes indistinguishable from content crafted directly by humans. Large language models (LLMs), which power chatbots and other text-based AI tools, represent one common type of generative AI.”