- Excessive amounts of close-up eye contact.
- Dramatically reduced mobility.
- Seeing yourself constantly in real-time.
- A cognitive load that is much higher than usual.
This article outlines the simple steps to combat these factors.
101 Artificial Intelligence Statistics
This collection of statistics provides an overview of AI’s effect on start-ups and investments, robotics, big data, virtual digital assistants, voice search and recognition. Examples include:
- By 2023 there will be eight billion AI-powered voice assistants.
- By 2025, the global AI market is expected to be almost $60 billion.
- Global GDP will grow by $15.7 trillion by 2030 thanks to AI.
- AI can increase business productivity by 40%.
- The number of AI start-ups grew 14 times over the last two decades.
- Investment in AI start-ups grew six times since 2000.
- 77% of the devices we use feature one form of AI or another.
Five workforce trends in 2021
61% of CHROs are now focussed on reimagining work, rather than just optimising it, compared to only 29% pre-pandemic. For organisations to thrive, this article suggests five key shifts:
- Integrate physical, mental, financial, and social health into the design of work itself rather than addressing well-being with adjacent programs.
- Give people personal agency and choice to encourage engagement and impact.
- Weave automation and technology more naturally into the way people work, augmenting and strengthening the contributions of people and machines.
- Use data to develop and act on insights that help people achieve their potential.
- Shift HR’s role from standardising and enforcing workforce policies to re-architecting work across the enterprise.