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In this initial quarterly survey, 41% of leaders reported their organizations were only slightly or not at all prepared to address talent concerns related to generative AI adoption, while 22% considered their organizations highly or very highly prepared. Similarly, 41% of leaders reported their organizations were only slightly or not at all prepared to address governance and risk concerns related to generative AI adoption, while 25% considered their organizations highly or very highly prepared (figure 7). Larger percentages of leaders reported high to very high levels of preparedness in technology infrastructure (40%) and strategy (34%); however, the survey results show there is still significant room for improvement. Generative AI barriers related to risk and governance When it comes to risk and governance, generative AI is definitely not “just another technology.” The fundamental challenge is how to capitalize on artificial intelligence’s power without losing control of it. After all, the capability people seem to find most enthralling about generative AI is its ability to so convincingly simulate human thinking and behavior. Of course, human thinking and behavior aren’t always perfect, predictable or socially acceptable—and the same is true for the technology, itself.