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Human/machine : the future of our partnership with machines

Author: Daniel Newman, (Analyst); Olivier Blanchard
Publisher: New York : Kogan Page Ltd, 2019.
Series: Kogan Page inspire.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Will the workplace of the future be overrun by machines and robots? Are the new frontiers of artificial intelligence (AI) on the cusp of dethroning us in efficiency, intelligence and innovative potential? Automation and AI will augment our human world and potential. The winners of the future of work are those that harness the power of machines to their advantage. Human/Machine is the only guide you need to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Newman, (Analyst); Olivier Blanchard
ISBN: 9780749484255 074948425X
OCLC Number: 1105756107
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Contents; About the authors; Acknowledgements; 1 A short history of human-machine partnerships; From tools to enhancements to early partnerships: a recap of the last few million years; Smart automation: a new pivot; Understanding the impact of automation on employment; Reminder: real-world AI is not movie AI; An example: how might smart automation in transportation affect professional drivers?; Task automation vs job automation: a key to understanding the future of human-machine partnerships; New tools, enhancements and human-machine partnerships: what to expect next Smart automation and job consolidation: who is most at risk?Automation as a means of increasing human potential: which traits and skills will automation help promote in human workers?; Shifting human capital from low-value tasks to high-value tasks; Human-machine partnerships as an intuitive and balanced evolutionary response to smart automation; 2 The state of human-machine partnerships; Evaluating human-machine partnerships: the importance of finding common ground; Evaluating human-machine partnerships: from cost-benefit thinking to cause-and-effect modelling How human-machine partnerships create disruptionWhat will the future look like?; How machines can help us become better at adapting to change; The value of human-machine partnerships in a nutshell; 3 Framing expectations for the next age of human-machine partnerships; What's next for human-machine partnerships?; Beyond the next 10 years; What does this mean for businesses?; What does this mean for workers?; What does this mean for the world's education and training infrastructure?; What does this mean for consumers?; What does this mean for technology companies? 4 How businesses should prepare for the next age of human-machine partnershipsThe 10-year digital transformation roadmap; Three steps to transforming your business; Applying change management principles to the coming shift; Finding the right balance between automation and augmentation; IT and HR: a new chapter in internal collaboration; What types of human-machine partnerships should businesses prioritize?; Hiring and training for a new class of machine-adjacent roles; How SMBs/SMEs will benefit from more synergy between humans and machines 5 How workers should prepare for the next age of human-machine partnershipsFutureproofing careers in the age of smart automation; Awareness, initiative and resources: an adaptation playbook; Embracing technology partnerships and augmentation: none of this is about humans vs machines; Augmenting yourself towards becoming a more valuable worker; From white-collar and blue-collar jobs to next-collar jobs, and back again: what colour will the collars of tomorrow be?
Series Title: Kogan Page inspire.
Responsibility: Daniel Newman, Olivier Blanchard.

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Explore how the future of human work enhanced by machines will open the door to a new golden age of innovation, discovery, operational efficiency and opportunity.  Read more...

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