Machine learning, automation and human ‘ramp-up’ coming

Tech industry CEOs are extremely concerned about their products’ relevancies in the next few years, so they are concentrating on innovation as a strategy, according to a new survey. The way they intend to move forward is by developing a combined human and digital labor force, says accountancy and advisor KPMG, which conducted the survey. By that, it means deploying automation and cognitive machine learning digitization, but also building a human workforce geared towards constant innovation. + Also on Network World: Turns out machine learning is a champ at fixing buggy code + The human element “headcount,” specializing in digital, will be increased by 6 percent over the next three years, more than half (55 percent) of the surveyed think. Whereas 5 percent of the traditional workforce will be replaced by…

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