“Despite widespread concern over potentially heavy job losses, as the adoption of artificial intelligence or AI software continues to advance, it seems there will be winners as well as losers,” writes The Times. “As the world of work begins to transition and jobs start to change over the next five years or so, there will be a significant need for leaders to manage employees through the process and prepare them for the changes that AI will bring to the workplace.”
“As AI-based automation really starts to take hold and people’s roles increasingly become based on interpreting and acting on data, they will need the space to work with their heads up, not down,” says Euan Davis. “It will be all about being more cognitive and displaying emotional intelligence.”
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