Mercer’s new Global Talent Trends Study identifies the top five workforce trends for 2018.
New research published by Drooms, the provider of virtual data rooms in Europe, has found that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in real estate transactions is increasing despite perceived barriers such as a lack of relevant skills to implement AI technology.
Automated systems, including artificial intelligence, are on the verge of penetrating every major industry and workplace, and are already disrupting many professions. The increased usage of these emerging technologies means that the very nature of work is changing. In this interview, Lithos Partners’ Sharon O’Dea, describes the reverberations of AI on roles and industries. She describes how AI can deliver considerable benefits but also create new challenges, including questions around diversity and career development.
A third of top business people say artificial intelligence could end office politics.
Understanding employees’ needs and enabling people to have more control over their work can transform an organisation from the inside out. To support autonomy and employee engagement, a level of personalisation within the digital workplace is needed. MARGINALIA speaks with Mark Williams of people first to explore how AI is powering personalisation and empowering individuals to achieve their best.
Intelligent machines projected to help workers have better, more fulfilling jobs.
New research reveals the ways organisations monitor industrial equipment is providing a blueprint for human health.
We are unprepared for the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace. That is according to a poll of over 2,000 senior HR professionals carried out by Alexander Mann Solutions.
Adobe’s research into the future of work explores emerging work trends and identifies the actions companies should take to prepare for imminent change. ‘The Future of Work: More than a Machine’ offers concise insights and robust statistics.
By 2030, we could all be working in the environment of our choosing, where personal and professional information is prioritised and a computer arranges visits by tradesmen to our homes, according to a group of experts.
The adoption of AI demands a new way of thinking about technology, business development, and strategic execution. “If done correctly, the economic and productivity gains could be extraordinary,” says PwC’s AI Programme Leader, Rob McCargow. In this interview, he shares with MARGINALIA the key findings from their recent study. He points to the ethical matters that must be considered, and offers guidance to maximise your AI impact.
“In many cases the nature of jobs will change rather than disappear because of AI.” Euan Cameron is the first UK artificial intelligence leader at PwC. In the newly created role, he is responsible for AI across the UK firm, helping PwC itself and clients identify opportunities to embrace the shift to automation. MARGINALIA spoke with Cameron to explore PwC’s latest research, ‘UK Economic Outlook’, and his views on the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of jobs.
Small and medium sized legal firms both understand the importance of the use of AI (artificial intelligence), regard it as an opportunity to be embraced, and do not feel threatened by its impact on their business model, says Clayton Legal, after conducting qualitative research into this area.
The latest Resource Solutions eBook, Robot Revolution, explores how robotics and automation are beginning to make a meaningful impact in the field of HR and recruitment.
The traditional legal sector is facing disruption from 40 AI companies using automation to solve daily legal tasks which have not changed in decades, a new report by LawGeex finds.
To tie in with Accountex, the biggest tradeshow in the UK for accountancy, new research reveals that 96% of accountants believe either all or some of their profession will be automated by technology (such as AI) within the next five years.
A new study from Adecco has found that almost half of employees (48%) think Artificial Intelligence (AI) will positively benefit them, by helping them to work more flexibly.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the next big growth areas for the mobile industry according to a white paper released by IHS Markit.