Project HEADWAY: AI: A Brave New World for PM?
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Artificial intelligence has been a topic of exploration for decades. In the last couple of years, however, it has exploded into public awareness.
From an esoteric technical pursuit that bordered on the philosophical and arcane, we are now able to interact, explore and create with AI on a personal basis, from any smart phone or web browser.
While this is exciting and fascinating to many, others see disturbing and dangerous trends. It has been argued that AI is coming for white collar jobs in much the same way that the modern factory displaced blue collar jobs, and automation reduced clerical ones.
What does the rise of AI—and generative AI in particular—mean for the practice of project management? How can AI help project managers do their jobs more effectively? What is the role of AI in producing project results? And should project managers be worried that AI could advance to the point that we ourselves are obsolete?
Mark Mullaly dives into these questions and more as he explores the brave new world of AI, and what it means for the practice and discipline of project management.
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon