The automated world has begun invading workforces near and far, but leaders and employees alike might not be ready for artificial assistance.
When we hear about artificial intelligence technologies, we inevitably start fear-based conversations about automation and its ability to replace the jobs of humans. Truth be told, AI can do the opposite: enable us to be even more human in the workplace rather than less.
Basic elements of AI work well when understood, and AI is useful for solving challenges HR faces, especially in learning strategy. AI, when accompanied by critical skills of humans, is the way to succeed in an increasingly automated world of work.
A variety of experiments provide research that shows the best approach to talent management is a blend of machines and humans. Leveraging more than a year’s worth of research into how companies are adopting automation technology to reduce administrative burden and improve productivity, this story will include the adoption of bots, aching learning-powered algorithms and other tools that support business needs.