A recent study conducted by a research firm, Oracle and Future Workplace, observes that the employees are ready to embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI) at work, but it’s the organizations which are not taking proper measures to ensure the step-wise implementation of the technology.
Emily He, a senior official at the research firm, said the study shows that people are “not afraid of AI taking their jobs and instead want to be able to quickly and easily take advantage of the latest innovations”.
The experts suggest that the current lack of vision and approach by the organization will likely result in reduced productivity, skillset obsolescence and job loss.
In order to help employees embrace Artificial Intelligence, companies and organisations should partner with their HR leaders to address the skill gap and focus their IT strategy on embedding simple and powerful AI innovations into existing business processes.
“AI will enable companies to stay competitive, HR leaders to be more strategic and employees to be more productive at work,” said Dan Schawbel, Research Director at Future Workplace.