In other sectors with some degree of standardisation, larger organisations should be achieving a ratio way beyond 1 HR professional to employees.
You can stream each episode, download the podcasts to your computer or subscribe to the series free via iTunes. Are robots stealing our jobs? Much of the current discussion on how new technology stands to change the world of work is limited. This narrative is driven by the assumption that all we care about is productivity and since machines are seen to be much more efficient with the potential to make better decisions than humans — it can only lead to one conclusion.
But in a world that is more connected than ever before — individuals are increasingly feeling isolated and desire human interaction. This episode explores how people and technologies can augment each other in the workplace, through a series of case studies, providing important food for thought for both organisations and individuals.
Well I'm Gwion Kennard I'm the digital director for infrastructure and engineering. Gwion is with Atkins the global engineering company.
I've been a director within Atkins for the past five years leading the digital transformation within a small team of around within networks and drainage. What sort of things? So we were doing some analysis on an airport site where we were looking at a range of different scenarios of different aircraft movement and the fire risk associated with the loading and with the human movement around that site and traditionally we were doing that, writing a report about it, looking at three or four scenarios, doing some modelling associated with that, having some conversations with the operations team, pulling some data back associated with that and then writing a report feeding that back.
And that was taking around a three to four week iteration. So AI and tech are already having a big impact on our working lives and their economic impact is on the rise too. Now that growth may generate more jobs but AI and tech could also replace jobs that exist now.
But you already know that because Jonny is an old friend of the podcast and he's often shared his research findings with us in the past.
There's no doubt that automation is a key part to the future of work. And you've got these two overly narrow positions: Tasks, as Jonny says that is the key word here because when you listen to those doom-mongers he talked about much of their anxiety focuses on whole jobs disappearing to AI and robotics.
Well one of the interesting things that comes out of the research is that perhaps employees, you see those same two groupings: And in fact quite a significant proportion of people are really excited and have found that there have been benefits, it really has liberated and created great opportunity.
And overall the organisation becomes less sustainable.
Essentially what that does it takes time out of existing tasks. That means that actually the end-user gets a better outcome.
So you've got a bunch of smart people who've now got more thinking time. Presumably you have also lost some people have you? So that brings people to the fore again as a very important asset?
They are at the heart of that digital transformation. They can bring the emotion, they can bring the intelligence — the human intelligence aspect — that at the moment the programme can't. Well and therein lies the conundrum.
As that evolves and as it does become more intelligent will we continue to envisage ever greater solutions or ever greater benefits from the technology? We might not be able to imagine where we might end up so I think it might take a leap at this point but you just don't know is the answer.
They wanted to explore how they perceived the tech that now plays a part in their work.
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Useful and labour-saving, were their most popular choices when they were asked to choose from 14 positive and negative words. I think it was roughly about a quarter said there was more, about a quarter said there was less.
But the pace increases. But the pace increased and I did think that was really key. There is a hugely positive spin to this report, we are seeing a number of people who have experience of working with different types of AI and automation really reporting a positive well-being.
Or is it actually the readiness of the employees or the readiness of the technology? So people need to be ready for the tech and the tech needs to be ready for the people.
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