Allegis Group Study Outlines Status of HR-Related Artificial Intelligence Initiatives

AI Expected to Replace Nearly 10% of Jobs in 10 Years; Training, Screening and Workforce Planning Anticipated to Benefit to Similar Degrees HANOVER, Md., July 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Allegis Group, the global leader in talent solutions, recently surveyed more than 300 human resources (HR) professionals, senior-manager level and above, who reported mixed feelings about AI and its impact on the future of work. Survey participants see AI as something to be excited about (21%) and as both disrupting and enabling (17%), yet a low number of HR professionals indicate that AI is not being adopted fast enough (8%). Additional findings indicated that a low number (9%) believe AI will displace most jobs in 10 years. These findings, coupled with insight on AI’s implications for tomorrow’s talent and workforce strategies, are available in a new research report, “AI and the World of Work: Embracing the Promises and…


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