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Preparing for Human-Machine Partnerships at Work

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It stands to reason that human workers who can demonstrate exceptional judgement, creativity, empathy, intuition, awareness and vision will find themselves in very high demand, no matter how much machine learning, smart automation and artificial intelligence have infiltrated an organization's business processes. The best strategy for human workers may be to focus on what makes them better humans rather than on becoming better technology users.


How To Prepare For Human-Machine Partnerships At Work

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It stands to reason that human workers who can demonstrate exceptional judgement, creativity, empathy, intuition, awareness and vision will find themselves in very high demand, no matter how much machine learning, smart automation and artificial intelligence have infiltrated an organization's business processes. The best strategy for human workers may be to focus on what makes them better humans rather than on becoming better technology users.


AI in HR: how it could help and what you need to be doing

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That artificial intelligence (AI) is dramatically transforming the human resources industry is somewhat ironic, given the growing global clamour for robots, usurping millions of jobs. HR, though, is not traditionally associated with pioneering nascent technology, and failure to deploy and develop AI could prove a fatal mistake. "When so much time is spent debating how AI and automation might replace roles, it's easy to forget that these very same technologies have a huge role to play in finding, securing and retaining employees," Andrew Lawson, executive vice president and general manager of Salesforce in the UK, points out. "In this era of constant change and digital skills shortages, finding the right talent is more challenging than ever. By using AI and automation, businesses can identify a diverse range of top candidates quickly and easily, and at a pace that keeps stride with the frenzied speed of modern business."


10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Change Your Career - Catherine's Career Corner

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The emergence of New Professions 6. Coding and Data Analysis Will Be Universal 7. Being Human Will Be a Skill 8. Automated Business Process 9. Rapid Innovation 10. Love it or loathe it, Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is the broader concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in a considered "smarter" way is here to stay. Machine Learning (ML), which is a current application of AI based around the idea that we should be able to give machines access to data and let them learn so that they can get on with tasks themselves with little or no human intervention. When we highlight these 10 ways Artificial Intelligence will change your career, it will be obvious that AI is no longer a thing of Sci-Fi novels, and films, it is real and advancing rapidly. It has sipped into our day to day transactional tasks.


Changing roles: Find out if your IT job is about to become obsolete

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The workforce is about to undergo a technological revolution: Over the next 10 years, 1.2 billion employees worldwide will be impacted by automation and artificial intelligence (AI), with 50% of jobs being changed by the technology and 5% being eliminated, according to the World Economic Forum. While many industries will change in the next decade--82% of HR leaders predict their role will be unrecognizable in 10 years-- IT professionals will see some of the biggest shifts in job function, led by growing tech innovations, said Michael Solomon, co-founder and managing partner at 10x Ascend. The year 2020 alone will host a bevy of technological innovations. This year will also bring advanced use cases for AI and machine learning systems. These changes will not only impact people's lives, but their jobs too.