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Artificial Intelligence is Coming
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How concerned are you that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have an impact on you as a project management professional?
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Kevin -

I agree with John here. I also believe that PMs will be relieved of some daily mundane tasks and can focus on value-added activities - knowledge building, stakeholders, team development skills etc.,
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I believe AI will change project management for the better, so not concerned at all.
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It will drive the mundane tasks we all do as Project Managers to be obsolete so that we can focus on the higher-level strategic value if we stay on top of the trend. It will change our resource base as we solution needs to AI agents in some cases rather than human agents I am sure. I wonder if AI would try to fudge how close to done they are? “I promise you Dave I am 98% done." - HAL
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Consider AI as an opportunity and as well as a threat.
It is an opportunity as predicting benefits realization shall become concrete.
If I do not follow the continuous learning cycle, consider it as a threat.
What do you think?
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1 reply by Ashok Kumar
Nov 29, 2018 1:59 PM
Ashok Kumar
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A tool can be opportunity or a threat, it depends on the usage/intention of operator. The concern of perceived harm (intended as well as unintended) gets amplified in case of AI, as human controls will be somewhat limited.

Such concerns can be addressed by real-time auditing tool (or system of checks & balances) to help operator 'manage direction' of executions by such autonomous AI entity.
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I did research this topic, and there's an important impact in our careers. Instead of concerning, we should be learning...

https://christianmendieta.ca/project-manag...l-intelligence/
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2 replies by Ashok Kumar and Vincent Guerard
Nov 29, 2018 1:41 PM
Ashok Kumar
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Christian - Thanks for sharing blog. Nice presentation filled with useful information.
Dec 02, 2018 8:04 AM
Vincent Guerard
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Nice presentation in your blog.
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Oct 11, 2018 2:11 PM
Replying to Christian Mendieta
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I did research this topic, and there's an important impact in our careers. Instead of concerning, we should be learning...

https://christianmendieta.ca/project-manag...l-intelligence/
Christian - Thanks for sharing blog. Nice presentation filled with useful information.
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Oct 11, 2018 1:17 PM
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Consider AI as an opportunity and as well as a threat.
It is an opportunity as predicting benefits realization shall become concrete.
If I do not follow the continuous learning cycle, consider it as a threat.
What do you think?
A tool can be opportunity or a threat, it depends on the usage/intention of operator. The concern of perceived harm (intended as well as unintended) gets amplified in case of AI, as human controls will be somewhat limited.

Such concerns can be addressed by real-time auditing tool (or system of checks & balances) to help operator 'manage direction' of executions by such autonomous AI entity.
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I am not concerned, I am rather looking forward to the AI tools that can take over boring tasks like resource leveling, task reminders, project reporting, status meetings, etc. Then we project managers will have more time on risk management, proactive and strategic thinking, team building, etc.
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There was a speech this year in PMI Congress in Los Angeles called "Artificial Intelligence and Project Management: Beyond Human Imagination!".

It generated many discussions. Some people see it as an opportunity to automatize tasks with no value and focus on leadership and strategy and other people see it as a threat if we can have autonomous AI project managers by 2030.

For me, it was the most impressive thread at Congress.
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