One of the “big things” in HR and benefits is AI (artificial intelligence). You’ve likely been hearing a lot about the promise to increase engagement and productivity, and how AI will make your job easier and your position more impactful. Truth is, AI is already here, and it’s likely to become a larger part of your professional life in the future.
Like most people, I have a morning routine that consists of coffee and checking up on the news. One of the first topics I read up on is, you’ve guessed it, AI technology. Recently, I’ve noticed more and more articles discussing the future of the job market with increased anxiety surrounding how robots may be taking over our jobs. Is this actually true? According to some experts, AI will disrupt 1.8 million jobs by 2026.