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AI budgets increased by more than three-quarters within UK businesses

The economy may have had a downward impact on enterprise investments, but these increased exponentially when implementing AI, according to 76% of UK IT executives taking part in the latest State of Intelligent Automation Report: Impact of the Economy on AI Priorities, commissioned by ABBYY.  

Contributor: ABBYY | Published: 28 September 2023

Fearful of AI? Here’s how AI could be HR’s friend

By utilizing AI, organizations can enhance employee experiences, improve communication efficiency, and reduce the burden on HR and support teams.

Contributor: Toshiya Navas, Head of Human Resources - | Published: 21 September 2023

Just seven percent have had AI training

Only 7% of employees in the UK say they have been offered any AI training in the last year — Randstad UK

Contributor: Brooke Vandenberg - Recruitment Correspondent | Published: 17 September 2023

Three-quarters of employers have not yet incorporated AI into the workplace

Where businesses have incorporated AI into the business, the majority are using it for administrative tasks (40%) or creative writing (35%). A third of businesses in Ireland that use AI are using it for customer services, while a quarter of Australian employers and a third of Canadian employers are using AI to draft internal or company communications.

Contributor: Alan Price, CEO - BrightHR | Published: 9 September 2023

AI can support a more holistic approach to HR

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to profoundly transform the HR industry.

Contributor: Alain Goudey, Associate Dean for Digital - NEOMA Business School | Published: 26 August 2023

HR is being warned of AI dangers

New data has revealed global interest for “ai in hr” recently peaked for the first time in a year.

Contributor: Helena Young - | Published: 25 August 2023

Which tasks shouldn’t we delegate to artificial Intelligence?

The facts described and analysed here show that since we currently don't know how to make computers wise, we should not delegate them tasks that require wisdom. Rather than trying to teach algorithms to “behave ethically”, the real issue is: Who is responsible here?

Contributor: Sergio Vasquez Bronfman, Associate Professor of Digital Transformation - ESCP Business School. | Published: 7 August 2023

Most workers believe AI’s impact on their job will be positive

Workers believe AI and automation will have a positive impact on the workforce, according to recent research conducted on behalf of SS&C Blue Prism.

Contributor: Colin Redbond, SVP and Managing Director of Product Management - SS&C Blue Prism | Published: 1 August 2023

The future of workplace safety: What your business can do today

Workplace safety is evolving rapidly with new technologies that are transforming how companies protect their employees. While physical security measures like barriers and gates remain critical safeguards, digital systems are enhancing protection through identification, monitoring, communication and emergency response.

Contributor: Dakota Murphey - Contributor | Published: 25 July 2023