Artificial Intelligence: How Is AI Changing Our Workplace?

Meet Joanne Linden, CPS, CEAP, CWCA President and Master Trainer
Many things are evolving in our workplaces these days. Bringing in Artificial Intelligence to balance our workflow will create more space for the creative flow.

Artificial Intelligence is no doubt a boost to modern workplaces and workforces. It has been helping to solve complex problems, getting work done in time and efficiently too, bringing creativity into the workforce, and lots more. In other words, AI helps company and organization workers focus on more important and complex parts of their work while still ensuring productivity. Therefore, it can be said that AI is changing our workforce positively. 

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Artificial Intelligence: How To Embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI) To Add Value To Your Role

Meet Joanne Linden, CPS, CEAP, CWCA President and Master Trainer
Artificial Intelligence’s role is evolving in our workspace. Although some fear that it may replace their jobs, it will actually add value to your role when you embrace and utilize it.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence that is shown or demonstrated by machines that have been programmed to perform like humans. This means that these machines have been programmed to learn the actions of humans and mimic them. Thus, they can carry out certain tasks like deep thinking, problem-solving, and so on. This is the 21st century and technology keeps evolving and developing. AI is used in different life aspects and they’ve impacted greatly on the quality of human life. In other words, AI is an intelligent entity made by human beings that is capable of learning human tasks and performing them without deep instructions. 

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AI – Won’t Take Your Job Unless You Let it

With all the Hollywood blockbusters about robots taking over the world in a ro-pocalypse, it’s hard not to let the thoughts slip into our minds about the possibility of evolving technology replacing the jobs that us humble humans currently work to earn our livelihood. But that worry is vastly unfounded.

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