Three quarters of Australian executives acknowledge collaboration between humans and machines will be critical to innovation in the future – but only one-third are currently using human-centric design - according to a new technology report from management consulting and professional services firm Accenture.
Business and technology leaders are faced with rapidly accelerating technology innovation as emerging technologies like artificial intelligence blur the lines between humans and machines, according to a newly published global report.
Organisations believe that pairing humans alongside machine intelligence will create a more effective, engaged, and meritocratic workforce, according to a new global study.
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