Adapting to AI-Powered Workplaces and an Automated Futureby@mikeszczesnyedco
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Adapting to AI-Powered Workplaces and an Automated Future

by Mike Szczesny3mJuly 12th, 2023
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Generative artificial intelligence (AI) can take hours of manpower out of tedious, repetitive tasks. The quality of the data going into generative AI engines is one major limitation of the technology. Employers and employees alike need to adhere to strict digital ethics guidelines. Workers just need to reframe their thinking to work in tandem with AI.
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I own EDCO Awards & Specialties, a supplier of employee recognition products, branded merchandise, and athletic awards.

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I own EDCO Awards & Specialties, a supplier of employee recognition products, branded merchandise, and athletic awards.

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