AI Trends for 2021

In a survey, 31% of people said they were concerned that #robots and #AI might one day take their job.

Two hundred and fifty years ago, in the mid 18th century, technologies previously unimaginable began to surface across the world. From manufacturing to farming, peoples’ lives were made a little easier.

This progress brought about a chain reaction of technological advancements, each one far more superior than the last. Hand tools made way for powered machines, which lead to specialisation and mass production. Now, as we find ourselves in the dawning of the fourth industrial revolution, what can we expect to see? And where do we fit into a fully automated system?

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The last 18 months of remote working has ushered in a wave of worker empowerment and transformed the way we think about where and when services are delivered. Henrik Smedberg, Head of Intelligent Spend at SAP looks at how this shift presents an opportunity for HR and Procurement professionals to maximize the potential of external...

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