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This week’s podcast is Danielle Harmer, Chief People Officer at Metro Bank will be focusing on artificial intelligence in the workplace, how HR leaders can adapt to these changes, and what the most exciting aspects of this technological advancements.
With artificial intelligence (AI) having more of an influence on the workplace gradually. There are many companies that may struggle to cope with the changing workplace because of this. This could have an impact post positively and negatively. It’s important for HR leaders to grasp this opportunity and communicate this with their colleagues, and discuss the perks of this new digital world.
But another aspect of AI is learning and improving as it develops. In the following years, we could see revolutionary changes in the way we learn, through automation and personalisation, which can only be seen as a huge positive going forward to accommodate for the ever-widening skill gap. However, with the positives, there does come along implications and challenges in adopting this culture and convincing a workforce that this is more of an opportunity rather than a threat.
This week’s podcast is Danny Harmer, Chief People Officer at Metro Bank will be focusing on AI in the workplace, how HR leaders can adapt to these changes, and what the most exciting aspects of this technological advancements.