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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

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Women workers join forces as robots threaten jobs

Unite represents over 300,000 women members and will consult on its political and industrial strategy to ensure a future that works for women. New technologies and artificial intelligence pose real risks to employment in sectors with significant proportions of women workers including health, financial services, local authorities and civil air transport (see notes to editors).

Contributor: Sharon Graham | Published: 11 February 2018

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The employment impacts of AI are increasingly being felt

With robots doing everything from building cars to providing ‘company', it is predicted that over the next 20 years, 1 in 3 UK jobs will be replaced by a robot. The development of AI and superfast microchips the size of a grain of rice means that a simple formula and fast connection may soon make many thought based roles obsolete.

Contributor: Enrique Garcia | Published: 29 January 2018

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HR leaders must embrace automation in 2018

HR leaders must consider the benefits of harnessing robotic process automation in 2018, or be left behind the curve. The recommendation comes following a report, which advises that allowing ‘21st-century machines’ to take on the heavy lifting and routine tasks of the future will let the human workforce focus on activities that generate larger economic benefits.

Contributor: Laurie Padua | Published: 25 January 2018

Two thirds of UK office workers want a personal AI powered assistant

Most office workers view technology in the workplace as a positive force, with the majority (86 percent) saying it already improves their working day, helping them to be more productive (85 percent), and enabling them to connect with their co-workers (78 percent). The top tasks that respondents wanted AI assistance with, include: Reminders of projects or appointments (46 percent); Help with research on a work topic (36 percent); Searches of electronic documents for information (30 percent);

Contributor: Adobe | Published: 7 November 2017

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AI job losses sending alarm bells ringing

With technology shaking the foundations of the workforce. Indeed, computers are already surpassing the human brain at sheer processing, and the true era of AI is not too far away. So where do humans fit in?

Contributor: Matthew Thomas | Published: 31 October 2017