Which Industries Are Adopting AI the Most and Least?

23 Aug 2023

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Magnifi partnered with Stacker to conduct independent research on how AI is being used in finance and beyond.

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Jill Jaracz

Jill Jaracz is a Cleveland-based writer who has covered a number of topics including bridal, financial services, and local news. She's also the co-host and executive producer of Keep the Flame Alive, a podcast for fans of the Olympics and Paralympics. Jill covered the Beijing 2022 Olympics and Paralympics from the closed loop in China, where she saw some amazing sports moments, geeked out about curling ice, and ate bao every day for six weeks.

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