The article discusses various aspects of employee training and development, providing insights and recommendations on how to incorporate industry trends, cater to different learning styles, evaluate program success, create interactive training methods, and implement best practices. The author emphasizes the need to align training programs with specific business goals, adapt to employee demographics, and ensure… Continue reading
It’s going to take a century for artifical intelligence to be able to perform most human jobs. But there are going to be some key developments during the next decade.
According to a survey of leading AI researchers, all human tasks may become highly automatable by 2116. While this prediction seems far off, it is worth noting that it has been moved up by 50 years from the original estimate of 2164. Short-term developments are also expected to reshape IT and business professionals’ jobs within… Continue reading
AI has become a ubiquitous technology, with companies exploring its applications for revenue growth and improved customer and employee experiences. However, most businesses are unprepared to leverage AI to its fullest extent, limiting its potential. Only a small number of companies are successfully applying AI to improve their operations and create new value. AI-powered automation,… Continue reading
Rose-tinted predictions for artificial intelligence’s grand achievements will be swept aside by underwhelming performance and dangerous results.
The year 2023 saw widespread hype around generative AI, with expectations of AI-powered advancements becoming common. However, in 2024, there will be a need to readjust expectations as evidence emerges showcasing the limitations of generative AI. These models are prone to providing false information and hallucinations, making it difficult to anchor predictions to known truths.… Continue reading
ARTIFICIAL intelligence could hit three in five workers — possibly replacing their jobs. The warning comes in a new International Monetary Fund report on the future of work. It warned of lower sala…
According to a new International Monetary Fund (IMF) report, artificial intelligence (AI) could potentially replace three in five workers, with some jobs potentially disappearing altogether. The IMF also warned of lower salaries and cuts in hiring as a result of AI integration. A separate study from PwC revealed that bosses in Britain are adopting AI… Continue reading
Discover how generative AI is more likely to augment jobs rather than replace them, transforming tasks and creating new opportunities for efficiency and innovation.
Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are driving the trend towards AI-driven automation. While many fear job losses, the impact of generative AI is more likely to be job augmentation rather than job displacement. A McKinsey report predicts that by 2030, 30% of hours currently worked in the US economy could be automated. However, only around… Continue reading
Atlassians choose where they work, every single day. Download our free report to see what we’ve learned as a result.
Atlassian’s approach to distributed work, known as Team Anywhere, has enabled employees to choose where they work since 2020. The company’s workforce has become highly distributed, with employees collaborating from over 10,000 locations. Despite this, 92% of employees say the distributed work policy allows them to do their best work, and 91% consider it an… Continue reading
The question over whether to allow employees to work from home has been settled. Here’s the new normal.
This article discusses the recent announcement by Mike Hopkins, the senior vice president of Prime Video and Amazon Studios, regarding Amazon’s mandate for employees to work in the office rather than from home. Hopkins claimed that working in the office is better without providing any data to back up his statement, relying instead on personal… Continue reading
Artificial intelligence can help us recruit and hire people across industries. It might be fairer than we are when it comes to screening job seekers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to reduce bias in hiring, particularly in male-dominated fields like tech. Research by Andreas Leibbrandt, an economist at Australia’s Monash University, suggests that when women know AI, rather than humans, will evaluate their job applications, they are more likely to apply. However, Leibbrandt emphasizes that humans should still have… Continue reading
Every executive in the C suite is braced for AI impacts within their organization. But are they ready for their own jobs to be impacted too?
The C-suite is bracing for the impact of AI within their organizations, but are they prepared for their own jobs to be impacted? According to a report by Workday, half of CEOs say their organization is at least somewhat unprepared for AI and machine learning adoption. However, decision-makers are generally optimistic about their organization’s ability… Continue reading
Digital transformation, including agile and devops, across many industries, most recently in higher education. Designed and built the Emory faculty information system. Working in continuing education to improve and expand career-focused learning, esp. in workforce development. Expanding the role of innovation and entrepreneurship. Designed, built, and launched the Emory Center for Innovation.
- Jasper is a useful tool for developing employee training.
- The IMF Warns About AI’s Impact on Inequality
- It’s going to take a century for artifical intelligence to be able to perform most human jobs. But there are going to be some key developments during the next decade.
- Many businesses are not yet prepared to fully reap the benefits of AI.
- Rose-tinted predictions for artificial intelligence’s grand achievements will be swept aside by underwhelming performance and dangerous results.
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