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Employees: an endangered species?

Employees: an endangered species?

L’émergence de la robotique et de l’intelligence artificielle.

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Employees: An endangered species?

The rise of robotics, artificial intelligence, and the changing labour landscape

Are you ready for a world in which three out of 10 corporate jobs are done by a robot? Where digital talent is so scarce that you may need to compete with Amazon and Google to get it?

This is not a hypothesis on the distant horizon. It could be the reality in just 10 years. And it’s already starting to happen.

That’s because automation is rapidly becoming more intelligent and affordable, while the global supply of talent is getting smaller and more expensive. These changes are spawning new considerations in corporate operations, labour markets, and economies around the world.

What are you doing to prepare? What is your digital strategy? Read the article to explore the changing tides, the rise of robotics, and how to respond.

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