If you’re implementing robotics or artificial intelligence in your organization, then you’re helping to reshape the workplace for years to come. No matter what your title may be, you’re bound to face some key questions about the impact of these AI workers in the not-too-distant future.
But you won’t be alone. At the Chief Robotics Officer (CRO) Network Summit preceding RoboBusiness 2017, the future of these technologies was a hot topic. Attendees and presenters debated whether robots would replace existing jobs — and some wondered whether AI would be “hired,” not just as a replacement, but also in newly created positions.
Your future workforce could soon have many “invisible” and “virtual” workers. This is going to bring about a radical transformation in your organization’s core competencies, its capability matrix, and its cultural philosophies.
You will be challenged as a leader. Should you hire AI workers instead of humans? Is it moral to make such a choice? How will you balance your responsibilities to your people with your responsibilities to your business?
Onboarding new AI workers
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