What does human vs. machine intelligence mean for work? Premium

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As new technologies are used to boost performance, measure outcomes and control the proper execution of company processes, how can humans find a sense of meaning in their work? Does the automation of the workplace signal the end of the dominance of human intelligence, which will now play second fiddle to pure analytical thinking? This outcome is far from sure; despite our imperfections and limited cognitive abilities, human beings remain the primary strategic asset for companies.

 

Excerpt from Business Digest n°277, June 2017:
Inspired by the book Sensemaking, the power of the humanities in the Age of the Algorithm de Christian Madsbjerg (Hachette Books, March 2017).

 

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