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Big tech companies are integrating generative AI into their enterprise software suites.

Artificial intelligence is becoming a coworker of sorts for all kinds of employees.

As breakthroughs in generative machine learning have spawned a flurry of cutting-edge AI tools, a new report finds that workers at higher levels of companies are starting to see the effects.

The survey, from automation platform Kizen, found that nine in 10 workers who made at least $100,000 a year reported using AI in their work life.

Meanwhile, just 15% of those making between $50,000 and $99,000 per year reported using the technology, while a quarter of respondents who made less than $50,000 per year said the same. The company said it surveyed around 1,500 workers overall.

“People who are perceiving AI are either younger [or] likely getting more exposure to what it is through their regular channels,” Kizen CEO John Winner said. “Or they’re more in white-collar positions, where they’re probably being involved in conversations about how this is going to be helping increase efficiency.”

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