Could Automation and AI be Making Work More Human?

When the subjects of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are raised, many people react with feelings of suspicion and even fear — will the mass use of robotics technology combined with AI obviate the need for human labour and, if it does, what happens to humans?

A study — called The Augmented Human Enterprise, by Goldsmiths, University of London for robotic process automation company Automation Anywhere — is more optimistic, stating that organisations augmented by automation technologies are 33 percent more likely to be ‘human-friendly’ workplaces, in which employees are 31 percent more productive.

The research says that augmented organisations achieve 28 percent higher overall performance, have 31 percent better financial performance and are 30 percent more likely to prioritise strategic goals. Read More

By | 2019-05-18T14:32:08+00:00 April 17th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

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