Advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are moving beyond production processes and the back offices of IT, marketing, and finance and into human resources (HR) and even management.
How is AI impacting HR, workforce productively, leadership and workplace learning? What is happening today and what’s to come? More importantly, what are the implications for engaging employees and maintaining a strong culture in the face of an increasingly automated workplace?
AI’s impact on the workplace is significant and growing - machines and people will need to work together to fully realize its potential. This will require companies to carefully plan and prepare their organizations and employees for the workplace of the future.
Join us as Joe Hart, Global CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, shares some of the latest research around Artificial Intelligence in the workplace and what today’s leaders should be thinking about now to adapt and remain competitive through the AI revolution and remain workforce competitive.
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