AI Is No Silver Bullet For The Challenges Of Remote Work
Technology shouldn’t be applied in search of a problem. Rather, understand the problem, then apply the right technology to solve it.
Artificial intelligence has long been touted as the be-all and end-all to solving problems in business and the global economy. But, unfortunately, it won’t be enough to solve the crisis facing today’s remote workforce.
Having typically been used by companies for the purpose of analyzing data in the workplace, this technology has been able to provide recommendations based on that data. However, much of the brainpower needed to interpret or evaluate the results hasn’t been offloaded. In some cases, it can actually overcomplicate things by giving too much information to sift through and make sense of. And then there is the challenge of putting the recommendations to work.