Managers today expect computing technology to augment rather than replace the work of humans. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
The number of sophisticated cognitive technologies that might be capable of cutting into the need for human labor is expanding rapidly.
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Second, it reflects the type of tasks smart machines are being used to perform, moving from conventional numerical analysis to performance of digital and physical tasks in the real world.
What Today’s Cognitive Technologies Can — and Can’t — DoFour Levels of IntelligenceClearly, the level of intelligence of smart machines is increasing.
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Opinion… * Man-Made
Source: Mit Sloan Management Review