Computerworld May 23, 2024
Lucas Mearian

Accenture has invested more than $1 billion in generative AI tech to help it and its clients automate routine tasks and offer new ideas. Even so, Adam Burden, Accenture’s chief software engineer, doesn’t trust the technology because it’s not yet fully baked.

Multinational professional services firm Accenture has already spent one-third of a planned $3 billion investment in generative AI (genAI) technology to help it reach internal productivity gains and more efficiently produce client products. The results have been nothing short of remarkable.

After using GitHub Copilot, 90% of developers said they felt more fulfilled with their job — and 95% said they enjoyed coding more with Copilot’s help. And by reducing more routine tasks, it also made them 40%...

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