Q&A on Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace tackles topics including cybersecurity concerns and balancing technology with the human team.
Artificial intelligence bias is a danger within many systems we are growing dependent upon. A tool is only as good as the craftsman wielding it. Our algorithms are only as good as the programmers who wrote the code, and the database they can pull from. If bad data goes in, then what comes out?
In 'AI for HR', we'll dive into specific HR functions expected to be reshaped by Artificial Intelligence over the coming years. HR will be elevated into more of a leadership role than ever before and it is critical that you are well informed about the way that AI will impact your workforce.
Join this interactive one hour, Artificial Intelligence Webinar which will provide you with the information necessary to understand what AI is and how it will impact your function as well as your business.
For you and your organization it is important to start thinking of how work is done in terms of tasks rather than jobs. That way you can think critically about the roles that you perform, and evaluate whether or not you could benefit from the automation or augmentation of Artificial Intelligence for Business.
Automation is the greatest challenge facing 21st Century workers. New developments at JPMorgan highlight the difficulty of competing with AI software.
Our society has steep challenges ahead and politicians need to have honest discourse with the public about the future: What comes after jobs?
The U.S government has sided with Google in one of the most crucial arguments needed for the self-driving future of cars: An artificial intelligence system can be the legal driver of an automobile.