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London, Cambridge and Reading is the golden AI triangle

Economic research study had revealed the number of artificial intelligence (AI) roles open in the UK. The study, “Artificial Intelligence Jobs in the United Kingdom: Who’s Hiring and Why?” identifies which companies are hiring for AI talent, the type of jobs available and what they pay.

Contributor: Andrew Chamberlain | Published: 16 November 2018

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Is Artificial Intelligence making dangerous decisions without us?

Is Artificial Intelligence making dangerous decisions without us? Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to be take over the world, but not enough is being done to hold anyone responsible, reveals new research from ESCP Europe. “If we are launching self-driving cars and autonomous drones we are involving AI in life-or- death scenarios and the day -to- day risks people face."

Contributor: Terence Tse | Published: 6 October 2018

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Majority of employees embrace the Growth of AI

he modern workplace has already embraced advanced technology with smart devices, paperless workplaces, cloud services and wearable tech that tracks employee productivity – in fact, much of this tech is already old news when it comes to the average workday.

Contributor: John Williams | Published: 30 August 2018

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Academy of Robotics closes funding in six hours, turning down an additional £500k

The Academy of Robotics is currently developing Kar-Go, the autonomous delivery vehicle. Kar-Go hopes to shake-up the delivery market by removing 90 percent of the costs involved in making a delivery - helping to increase profits for logistics companies and decrease costs for consumers. 

Contributor: William Sachiti | Published: 18 August 2018

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Six million workers fear replacement by AI

There are many who fear AI and the responsibility for helping the public on this journey shouldn’t be down to just the Government. Instead of looking at how technologies can reduce jobs, we should be looking at how they make way for employees to spend more times focusing on their ‘customer’, ‘client’ or ‘patients’.

Contributor: Rupal Karia | Published: 7 August 2018

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Most People Would Trust Orders from a Robot at Work

HR leaders and employees want to embrace AI, but organisations are failing to prepare the workforce. People are ready to take instructions from robots at work according to a new study conducted by Oracle and Future Workplace, a research firm preparing leaders for disruptions in recruiting, development and employee engagement.

Contributor: Dan Schawbel | Published: 6 July 2018

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UK employees happy to delegate work to robots  

For almost a quarter of Brits (24 percent) attending meetings is their most hated work activity. More than three fifths (63 percent) of UK employees would outsource work tasks to a robot if they could, according to research commissioned by ABBYY®, a global provider of content intelligent solutions and services.

Contributor: Anthony Macciola | Published: 3 July 2018

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Global growth momentum gathers pace as companies race to embrace AI

EY survey shows 85% of middle market companies plan revenue growth of more than 6% in the next 12 months. Embracing cognitive technologies and hiring diverse full-time talent are top priorities for global middle market executives. Middle market companies across the globe are significantly more optimistic about business conditions and opportunities than last year.

Contributor: Annette Kimmitt | Published: 23 June 2018

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UK employers failing to prepare staff for automation

UK employees aren’t being equipped with the skills required by an automated workplace, according to a new study from ADP. The findings reveal that despite a third (32 percent) of workers believing their job will be automated within 10 years and one in ten (10 percent) predicting it will happen in two.

Contributor: Jeff Phipps | Published: 16 April 2018

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AI now the hottest tech job ticket in UK

AI sector booms sees threefold increase in AI jobs since 2015. Britain outstrips the US, Canada and Australia in demand for AI skills. The UK’s artificial intelligence sector is growing faster than rivals in America, Canada and Australia - putting Britain on course to be the global leader in AI technology. That’s the finding of new data released by the world’s largest job site, Indeed.

Contributor: Tara Sinclair | Published: 27 March 2018