62 per cent of managers admit company’s interest are prioritised over wellbeing of staff.
The uptake of AI, will create 133 million new jobs globally.
Every company needs to create their own ethical bill of rights relating to AI.
AI, virtual reality and the cloud can all boost employee growth.
How prepared is your company for these three key drivers?
In 2025 12m older workers will leave the job market and only 7m join.
Can recruiters fill the position of a space nurse or AI psychologist?
The ‘human’ in HR can be a very useful tool for AI.
44 per cent of companies have not researched if automation will change employees roles.
Robotic Process Automation could be part of HR’s future.
How can you overcome a biased AI?
How are experts reacting to the government’s plan to deal with AI claiming jobs?
How key is data to L&D? Have companies recognized this issue and implementing changes or are they behind the need to implement it?
Eighty-six per cent of UK citizens think that Artificial Intelligence (AI) needs more human supervision, according to new research. Read more here.
However the same poll reveals that a large proportion of companies – 62 per cent – are still not investing in AI at all which shows that perceptions to challenges in embarking on the data journey are still strong.