Learning to embrace AI
It is natural to fear what is different, but it‘s important to remember that artificial intelligence is there to augment and not replace the jobs humans perform in the workplace
It is not unreasonable to suggest that one of the most disruptive forces in the technological world is artificial intelligence (AI). There is trepidation surrounding the impending 'fourth industrial revolution', with people wondering what impact it will have on society.
What is certain is that it will lead to profound changes in the workplace and how it is organised, and the Irish workforce will have to be ready for that.
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