Magnus Jern, chief innovation officer at DMI, takes a look at the opportunities AI could afford businesses. He notes, however, that recognising potential issues with the technology is also key.
AI will disrupt the finance industry, there’s no doubt about it. But according to Andrew Paton-Smith, creator of www.Jazoodle.com, the accountancy and business advisory profession in particular will go through an evolutionary process.
LinkedIn research has claimed “a new era of hiring” is in sight. There will no longer be an emphasis on repetitive screening – ” inefficient and mind-numbing” – and “tedious” talent searches. Instead, 2018 recruitment trends will tip towards boosting the human factor and making the interview process more efficient.
Joachim Horn, founder and CEO of SAM Labs, discusses how and where the new budget seeking to address the digital skills gap should be placed to ensure future generations excel in the workplace.
There are some major factors to consider when thinking about how the accounting industry will look in a decade’s time; many components are already forcing change, and this shift is showing no signs of stopping.
Considerations for any growing business looking to improving the way things are done through AI technologies and automation.
The way businesses interact with customers has drastically changed in the last decade, due to the rise of mobile and other technologies.
As the rise of artificial intelligence continues, we spoke with growing AI business Humley, which specialises in machine-to-human communication.
Having only been in the job a few months before overseeing an ambitious £154m institutional funding round, Cristina Alba Ochoa explained her approach to the process and what it’s like working for OakNorth Bank, a challenger financier.
GDPR, the implementation of stricter data regulations, draws closer at a time when numerous automated decisions are being made that impact on people’s lives, with algorithms determining everything from dating partners to credit scores (sometimes without our knowledge).
Despite what one may think, employees are far from fearing technological help in the workplace. In fact, they hope to soon own an AI personal assitant.
As researchers and engineers build robotic assistants and cure diseases with AI, it’s forgivable to assume humans are harnessing machines to become invincible. But there is one thing that remains unsolved. Living longer, and staying healthier.