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29 Sep 2022
Join Leslie Chau, an IBM Executive, as He Presents a Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & Automation: Bringing the Future of the Workforce to Life
Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are having such a profound impact on the workforce that experts predict up to 38% of U.S. jobs could be at risk of replacement in the next decade or two, according to research from consulting firm McKinsey Global Institute.
That’s only part of the story; nearly 100% of workers will be affected by these technologies, in some way or another, as AI and automation work their way into every corner of corporate America and beyond.
We are experiencing the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where Artificial Intelligence and Automation are rewriting the rules of work as we know it today. How will this transform our world of work?
Here’s what Leslie Chau, Vice President at IBM and Vice Chairman of the World Economic Forum, has to say about AI & Automation in the workplace: Automation will continue to displace some roles—but it will also create new ones and make existing jobs easier to do and more productive.
Automation has become essential to the world due to issues like the shortage of skilled labor and business disruptions.
With intelligence automation, many business leaders around the globe hope to save time, enhance productivity and deliver the ultimate customer and employee experience.
Are you interested in intelligent automation? In this session, IBM Director of Product Management, Leslie Chau, will address the following:
- AI and automation use cases and why now is the right time for businesses to adopt this technology.
- The latest advancements in automation and how the marketplace has changed in the last few years.
- Challenges organizations need to overcome before adopting intelligent automation.
Leslie Chau will speak at the next edition of Digital Transformation Week at the Santa Clara Convention Center on the 5-6 October. Different industrial experts will explore the transformative effect of digital labor on employee productivity. Click here to book a ticket.
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