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AI and the future of work
Do you sometimes worry about Artificial Intelligence and/or the future of work? Why or why not?
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Aug 09, 2018 10:09 AM
Replying to Eric Simms
If humans were perfectly logical and always did the right thing then we'd have to worry about AI replacing us as Project Managers. However, AI cannot yet work out agreements between squabbling stakeholders and soothe bruised and inflated egos, so our jobs are safe for the time being.

I agree with what you said, but I think AI can gauge human emotions to give us insights and nudge us to make the right decisions. Here is an example from a study inspired by Ray Dalio's book "Principles":

During meetings, AI was able to measure employee engagement. How? Cameras feeding body language and voice inflexions to the core AI algorithms, which were trained on large datasets to determine the expressed emotions.

To cross-check, researchers took the footage and asked the participants about their feelings, and the result? A nearly perfect match between what AI and humans reported.

Think how much assistance and insight this might provide to managers in general. But there is always the other side of the coin :-)
Not at all. AI specialise only doing complicated works easily. Nobody would invest in AI for doing simple works
Thank you Muthukrishnan
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