Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly changing just about every aspect of how we live our lives, and our working lives certainly aren’t exempt from this.
Soon, even those of us who don’t happen to work for technology companies (although as every company moves towards becoming a tech company, that will be increasingly few of us) will find AI-enabled machines increasingly present as we go about our day-to-day activities.
From how we are recruited and on-boarded to how we go about on-the-job training, personal development and eventually passing on our skills and experience to those who follow in our footsteps, AI technology will play an increasingly prominent role..
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a boon to modern workforces.
AI can handle mundane and repetitive tasks across the organization, freeing up people in HR, IT, marketing, and more to exercise creativity, solve complex problems, and otherwise focus on getting impactful work done.
In other words, AI allows modern knowledge workers to focus on the most engaging parts of their jobs, while making their companies more productive and effective.
In the next five to ten years, your workplace will look fundamentally different. Thanks to technologies such as artificial intelligence, the internet of things and robotics work as we know it will drastically change. The future of work will come with great opportunities but also with plenty of challenges for organizations. It will require employees and management to adapt and work smarter. AI will augment your jobs, the Internet of Things will provide you with details insights and robotics will replace many jobs.
The dust has still not settled from the paradigm-shifting impact of Big Data on the way we work, largely because technology continues to spiral upward at a staggering pace. With the Internet of Things (IOT) turning everyday devices into a source of raw data for analytics to generate business insight, artificial intelligence is now coming of age to make analytics even more productive and efficient in the workplace. In the next year, organizations expect to have 10 to 1,000 times more data than today. Established industry leaders with decades of industry and domain expertise, such as SAS, are at the forefront of helping businesses capture data, discover meaningful insights and deploy the benefits throughout their organizations.