Top 10 Technologies Driving the Digital Workplace. We are entering a new era of employee-facing technologies.
More cloud deployments and enhanced digital dexterity within the workforce will generate a significant competitive advantage for the organizations using them most effectively. Matthew W. Cain, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, has identified the top 10 employee-facing technology trends that CIOs will likely use to drive digital workplace transformation: Ambient knowledge is the proactive, algorithm-driven delivery of customized information based on an employee’s activities and preferences.
It also acts as an in-house expertise location service. L’anti-HAL: pourquoi le robot d’«Interstellar» représente l’avenir de l’intelligence artificielle. Retooling AI for the workplace. One of the first computers required punch cards.
I repeat, punch cards. Yes, you would take a piece of paper with tiny holes and use it to interact with the device. Now we have computers the size of soda cans that sit in your house and control your lights, provide weather updates, solve math equations and tell jokes, all by simply speaking to them… and some of them have better jokes than my actual friends. In many ways, we all should have seen this coming — we can thank our Hollywood friends for that.
Artificial intelligence in the workplace. How AI will change the modern workplace. Technology is changing the way we live.
Innovative products like smartwatches, virtual assistants like Siri and Cortana, and self-driving cars are raising the bar on expectations. So why shouldn’t that change be reflected in the way we work? How AI Will Serve Us in the Workplace. We’re on the brink of a new industrial revolution.
The plummeting cost of computing power coupled with the rising commodification of machine learning is ushering in a new age of artificial intelligence (AI) in business. Contrary to the image many have of a world populated by anthropomorphous robots, however, the future of workplace AI will be less cyborg and even more human than it is today. That’s because the reality of technology is finally catching up to its promise. Rise of the Machines While digital technologies have long excelled at performing repetitive and routine tasks, until now they have barely made a dent in activities involving creativity and intuition.