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AI: The Workplace Wordsmith

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60% of users expressed a high level of confidence in the ability of generative AI to effectively draft impactful workplace documents

Creating workplace documents, whether it's a presentation, a grant request, or a proposal, has often been a source of frustration for many employees. It's not just about getting inspired, it’s about weaving a compelling story backed by data, being concise and eye-catching in a world full of distractions, and presenting it all in a visually appealing way.

In the last few months, both text and image based generative AI tools have become a great aide for workers. In an earlier Pulse IQ report, we had found that close to half the users surveyed were using AI to help them at school or work. So it's no surprise that Canva, a revolutionary design platform with a valuation of $40 billion, released a plugin for ChatGPT last week. This joins other work-focused plugins like Slack and Zapier, showing that SaaS companies see AI integrations as a way to better support their customers.

In the latest round of Pulse IQ, we surveyed 124 participants from various industries and job roles about their use of AI. We posed the question: "How confident are you in AI's capacity to generate materials such as proposals and presentations that have a significant impact on your daily tasks?" A resounding 86% of users were confident in AI's capacity to draft work documents, with 60% very confident and 26% somewhat confident. Interestingly, 13% of users, primarily women and Gen Z individuals, held reservations about using AI for this purpose.

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