Implementation

In order for the use of AI to be as effective as possible, it is necessary to assess how ready market participants are for its deployment.
For this purpose, we have created:

  • Index of readiness of priority industries for the implementation of artificial intelligence
  • Index of AI maturity of federal executive authorities

Index of readiness of priority industries for the implementation of artificial intelligence

Russia's first large-scale survey of organizations from priority industries on their readiness to deploy AI technologies

  • determines the current level of AI use;
  • identifies barriers to AI deployment;
  • helps to prepare the necessary measures of state support.

The index allows managing changes and tracking the efficiency of the implementation of the federal project "Artificial Intelligence".

Directions:

Preparation of the annual analytical report "Index of readiness of priority industries for the implementation of artificial intelligence"

Determining the current level of AI use in Russian organizations and identifying existing barriers to implementation

Identification of necessary government support measures to expand the practice of using AI

In 2023, the Index of intellectual maturity of economic sectors, social sectors and public administration system was calculated

  • The survey was conducted among over 4 000 industry organizations
  • Over 15 federal executive authorities acted as research partners
  • The assessment was carried out based on 33 indicators and in 18 priority sectors

Survey results

× 1.5

the number of organizations for whom the effect of AI implementation ranges from 10 to 100% increased by 1.5 times compared to 2021

>35%
organizations

in different economic sectors plan to deploy AI in the next 3 years

49.6%
of organizations

have already implemented AI in the leading sectors — finance, IT, healthcare

× 5-6

AI deployment has increased the speed and quality of work in some companies by 5-6 times

3.6
out of 10

overall industry AI readiness index (23% increase compared to 2021)

A significant effect was noted in such areas as:

  • Finance
  • Information technology
  • Healthcare
  • More than 1 000 large organizations were surveyed
  • 15 federal executive bodies and 14 industry associations acted as partners of the survey
  • The assessment was based on 7 criteria and 15 indicators

Survey results

52.6%
of the largest organizations

use AI in most priority industries

21.7%
of the largest organizations

that do not use AI plan to deploy it in the next 1-3 years

52%
of organizations

have deployed AI in the leading industries — finance, IT, telecommunications

× 5-6

AI deployment has increased the speed and quality of work in some companies by 5-6 times

5.4
out of 10

the AI readiness index of large organizations

In June 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko announced the rating of digital transformation leaders of federal ministries and regions, prepared by RANEPA in cooperation with the Ministry of Digitalization:

  • The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection
  • The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic
  • The Ministry of Culture
  • 10 000 industry organizations were surveyed
  • Over 30 federal executive authorities acted as partners of the survey
  • Evaluation according to 8 criteria and 34 indicators

Survey results

60%
of organizations

estimate the effect of implementing AI technologies to range from 10 to 100%

>30%
of organizations

in different industries plan to deploy AI within 3 years on average

52%
of organizations

have already deployed AI in the leading industries — finance, IT

× 6

AI deployment has increased the speed and quality of work in some companies by 6 times

3.2
out of 10

overall industry AI readiness index

A significant effect was noted in such sectors as:

  • Healthcare
  • Finance
  • Ecology and natural resources management
  • Social sphere

Index of AI maturity of federal executive authorities

Every year, RANEPA calculates the AI ​​maturity index of federal executive authorities. The methodology was created on behalf of Deputy Prime Minister D.N. Chernyshenko and is being implemented within the framework of the federal project “Artificial Intelligence” of the national program “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation”.

AI maturity index of federal executive authorities:

  • Highlights the strengths and weaknesses of each federal executive authority in the field of AI
  • Identifies best practices for using AI in the activities of federal executive authorities
  • Identifies the conditions and factors influencing the readiness of a government agency to implement AI technologies.

All government agencies are ranked into 4 levels according to the degree of their AI maturity:

Level
Initial
Level
Basic
Level
Progressive
Level
Leadership

Indicators for assessing the AI ​​maturity of federal executive authorities

  • Data - the speed of providing access to data by a government agency in case of a request is assessed
  • Management - the approach of federal executive authorities to the implementation of AI technologies is assessed
  • Culture and personnel - the number of staff of data and AI specialists is assessed, as well as the personnel policy of the federal executive authority for the development of employee competencies in the field of AI
  • Processes - the number of federal executive authorities departments that are customers for the implementation of AI solutions is estimated
  • Products - the number of implemented solutions using AI technologies is estimated
  • Models and tools - the speed of implementation of an AI project is assessed: from setting a problem to implementing a solution
  • Infrastructure - assesses the level of availability of computing power and development environments for the implementation of AI projects

By 2024, according to the AI ​​development strategy, all authorities must approve changes to departmental digital transformation programs and implement measures for the implementation of AI.

  • The Federal Compulsory Health Insurance Fund plans to use a voice assistant for smart speakers, which will remind you about an appointment with a doctor and collect feedback;
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs is implementing pilot projects to identify serial crimes, as well as determine human anatomical characteristics using biomaterial from crime scenes;
  • The Ministry of Justice is developing an intelligent legal assistant and an AI-based system for examining normative legal acts;
  • Rosstat uses AI to work with cash register equipment and monitor the consumer basket in real time;
  • The Ministry of Industry and Trade is developing a project to analyze applicants’ documents using AI and introduce a chatbot to advise users;
  • Ministry of Emergency Situations is implementing a project to identify thermal anomalies, predict water levels and recognize damage from photos;
  • The Federal Medical and Biological Agency is introducing AI into its work for research and clinical trials.
  • The Ministry of Health plans to detect signs of COVID-19 in CT studies using AI;
  • Rosmolodezh is introducing a system for developing personal youth development plans;
  • Minstroy creates a document management and remote certification service.