Human + machine : reimagining work in the age of AI / by Paul R. Daugherty and H. James Wilson
By: Daugherty, Paul R.
Contributor(s): Wilson, H. James.Publisher: Boston, M.A. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2018Description: vi, 249 p.ISBN: 9781633693869.Subject(s): Artificial intelligence | Leadership | Information technology | Organisational effectivenessOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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IMAGINING A FUTURE OF HUMANS AND MACHINES...TODAY: The self-aware factory floor -- Accounting for robots -- The ultimate innovation machine -- Say hello to your new front-office bots. THE MISSING MIDDLE: Rearing your algorithms right -- Super results from everyday people -- A leaders' guide to reimagining process -- Extending human + machine collaboration.
Advises that all business processes need to be transformed to accommodate artificial intelligence. Describes how companies can use human+machine hybrid solutions to get ahead in innovation and productivity. Includes a leader's guide to running an AI-fuelled business.