What WILL work look like 10 years from now? The world of work as we know it is changing at a rapid pace. Today, concepts like remote working, virtual assistants in the office, IoT, and countless others mean that the standard 9-to-5 office job is quickly going extinct.
A few weeks ago Nathan Zeldes interviewed me for Knowmail about time management in the new career world. Good questions bring out answers you didn't know existed.
And finally, there are those who have the split opinion, claiming that AI will not beat the people since it will always lack the human intelligence and emotions, but it certainly comes with dangers.
Many companies already use chatbots as an initial form of contact and engagement with visitors on their website and social media channels. Regarding recruitment, chatbots can help reduce the amount of time it takes[...]
This is especially true when you can virtually carry an assistant around with you on your smartphone, thanks to artificial intelligence.
The artificial intelligence industry is expected to be worth $59.8 billion by 2025, and the term AI has become ubiquitous worldwide; the frenzy of many tech enthusiasts, or the topic of discussion at a dinner table.
Combining AI and Virtual personal assistants will enhance work productivity, allowing VPAs to complete tedious, mundane, and automated tasks, so we can focus on more important, innovative, and creative tasks.
Being productive is more than just sitting at a desk and working. We’re at an age where everyone is more reachable than ever, but this comes with a risk of losing focus and concentrating on the wrong things at[...]
You have a big project coming up, or a bunch of tasks, and are overwhelmed by the thought of it. This overload happens to me way too often, but once I began using a mind map to clarify the direction, the project[...]
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