Workers will need to plan if they want to adapt to artificial intelligence
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Lero research fellow Dr Veeresh Thummadi discusses why workers will need to be open and willing to break habits in the face of AI and automation.
Published on SiliconRepublic.com, Monday, 17 Feb 2020
The advance of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation means that workers will need to prepare for the worst by developing long-term career plans and learning new skills and habits.
Workers in large organisations face significant challenges in keeping up with changing workplace environments. As we see a shift towards automation, workers need to be attentive to the type of skills and habits that they need to learn to survive in tough labour markets.
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