The capabilities of Artificial Intelligence are incredible, especially when it comes to tasks traditionally thought to be best handled by humans. The JPIM article "Innovation and Design in the Age of Artificial Intelligence" published earlier this year, as well as the corresponding video, both linked below, were eye-opening as far as how AI has transformed design practice. Rather than developing the solution itself, AI enables designers to spend their time and energy sensemaking, or thinking of the big picture in terms of which problem can or should be solved. Algorithm-generated designs, however, require a new skill set, primarily designing problem-solving loops. Ultimately, AI-powered innovation is a more efficient approach considering the possibility of even more customer-centered and creative solutions, along with the elimination of scale, scope, and learning limitations associated with human design. Nevertheless, questions remain whether AI should be adopted in every context or exactly how to transition to this new approach to innovation. In your opinion, are there industries or companies that would not benefit from AI? Do you have any experience with AI-centric innovation systems?