How to prepare IT workers for the impact of automation

Seven out of 10 corporate executives say they are making significantly more investments in artificial intelligence (AI) than just two years ago, according to Accenture’s recent Technology Vision survey. And more than half (55 percent) say they plan to use machine learning and embedded AI solutions extensively. [ Related: IT pros don’t fear rise of the robots ] But rapid advancement of AI and robotics in the workplace has many professionals on edge—no more so than in IT. As machines become more sophisticated and able to learn and make decisions, they are becoming an increasingly important aspect of the IT ecosystem. And that creates fear, uncertainty and doubt in the human workforce. Chetan Dube, founder and CEO of AI systems maker IPSoft, has said that the IT infrastructure of the…


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