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How can AI transform the way we collaborate and connect?

  • 2 mths ago

The global artificial intelligence (AI) market is predicted to reach $267 billion by 2027. But concerns have been raised about whether these advancements could replace humans in jobs as technology is being used to simulate human intelligence processes. In fact, approximately 68.5 percent of college graduates think that the development of AI could either take their job away or make them irrelevant in the next few years.

But AI can offer many benefits for human connections and collaborations. Here, we delve into the outcomes of AI and how it can benefit businesses.

Increased productivity

Artificial intelligence can help the productivity of employees, which in turn benefits collaborative situations. Implementing these technologies can help recurring meetings by offering insights. It can be tricky to take note of every element of the conversation in meetings, but AI can aid transcription to ensure that vital information is recorded. Alternatively, the customer service sector can reap the benefits too. A survey from 2021 by Economic Impact and Genesys reflected that 65 percent of customer experience leaders who integrated AI technologies into their businesses acknowledged a significant increase in agent productivity. So not only is technology boosting collaborations in the workplace, but it’s also helping connections with customers, too.

Offering inclusivity

Connections can be made with remote workers thanks to artificial intelligence. With over 4.7 million people in the U.S working remotely at least half of the time, this is an important addition for businesses to consider. Video calls are essential to those working from home, but what can AI add to this? Weak connections during a video call can often hinder the working process for employees. But AI can offer stronger connections to avoid issues, keep collaborations smooth, and reduce file sizes. Even lighting and background can be altered through artificial intelligence to offer remote workers the office experience.

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