Why Enterprises Shouldn’t Follow Meta’s AI Example

Why Enterprises Shouldn't Follow Meta's AI Example

As enterprises move beyond the pilot stage to scaling and operationalizing artificial intelligence, one tech giant is changing the way its AI operations are organized within the company. Meta (Facebook’s parent) announced in early June that it would decentralize AI at the company, distributing ownership of it into Meta’s product groups, according to CTO Andrew Bosworth.

The announcement signals a shakeup of how AI is organized at Meta, with the VP of AI Jerome Pesenti leaving the company and other changes such as the consolidation of several separate AI teams.

The changes at Meta beg the question for other forward-thinking enterprises across industries: ‘Is Meta’s AI reorg the example to follow? How should we think about structuring our own artificial intelligence research and operations?’