A recent survey estimates that GDP could be 10% higher in 2030 because of AI. However is there any real consensus on the impact of AI on our working lives?
There are several schools of thought on this in terms of what aspects of the working life it will affect, will it re shape the workforce in terms of the skill sets and knowledge needed. According to a recent KPMG report there is no real consensus and no one can agree on the impact. 60% of HR leaders believe AI will lead to fewer jobs whereas 62% of chief executives say it will create more jobs than it will eliminate!
To learn more on this hot topic and how it will impact recruitment processes why not join me and my TMP colleagues at our next webinar on Tuesday 15th October at 2pm.
A blasé optimism pervades the burgeoning automation revolution. More jobs, not fewer, will be the result and a happier workforce, freed from drudgery, will be able to pursue more meaningful activities – whatever those may be. But many employees will inevitably be left fearful for their job’s survival.