Over the last few years, AI has become an inherent part of society. Even though we are already familiar with it, there is a long way to go, especially in companies. Since multiple industries started to develop their data, more operational tasks, and innovative products have made our lives easier.
You probably know about some established AI today such as chatbots answering customer queries day and night, or algorithms that give you tailored recommendations. However, there is a good chance you might not know about some examples that could be able to revolutionize your business.
1) Employees quitting? The fortuneteller will let you know in advance
Are you worried about massive employee resignation? IBM has a solution for you. With predictive analytics, they developed a program to identify personnel retention problems. This program was designed to recognize patterns in staff turnover and assign a quantitative score for each employee based on the project probability. This would then offer a credible prediction to the human resources department about who is staying and who is leaving.
2) Education through AI
Learning with AI will become one of the most strategic tools for your employees' growth. According to Elizabeth Greene, director of global learning and development at ON Semiconductor, “The future of learning and development departments using AI will increase tremendously over the next couple of years”.
The idea of those projects is to generate adaptable learning programs that fit with individual personnel needs. Now options such as content matching and recommendations according to employee needs, and personalizing learning journey based on job role can improve the performance of your team.
3) Safer environments with AI
Safety is one of the most important things in a workplace, especially if you work in the manufacturing industry. Recently, the process in this industry has been developing to the point that accidents and faulty production can be prevented by using AI.
Now with the help of cameras, motion detectors, thermometers, and weather sensors there are intelligent systems that can analyze information and identify possible employee habits and behaviors that can jeopardize their safety. One example is Suffolk, a Boston-based construction technology company that created an algorithm to analyze from photos, environment, and accident records what were the possible risks for personnel. Therefore, they could conduct safety briefings to prevent accidents.
AI adapting to multiple industries.
No matter which field, AI can revolutionize your business in all kinds of environments. More than ever, AI is making our lives easier and despite a common misconception, is increasing jobs, not reducing them.
There are thousands of reasons why you should include the correct professionals into your business, but one of the most important reasons is to keep contributing to the growth of your employees to make their work easier. How can you achieve this? By making small steps and getting the correct professionals on your team.
If you are looking for help to get the correct data and AI professionals, book an appointment here and we would be happy to help you discover a new phase of technology in your business.