On the one hand, you have to take some of the magic out of AI: AI is not per se the panacea it is often sold to be, it does provide an enormous range of possible applications, but this very diversity makes it necessary to identify the most suitable application for one’s own company, to provide it with clear goals and expectations and then to implement it within the framework of an AI strategy.
On the other hand, one must show forbearance and be prepared to adapt the chosen path to the new insights and experiences. In this context, AI should be seen as a new employee, which offers a lot of potential for the future, but which first has to settle into the corporate environment and its new field of activity and learn in order to be effective. No one who thinks realistically would expect 100% productivity from a new employee from day one, and so the AI must and will also gradually prove itself and establish itself. And like every new employee, it will bring new ideas, new approaches and new opportunities into the company.