The Intelligent Office - Giles Fuchs in Workplace Insight

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Published: 9 Mar 2021 9:29

A recent survey by Gartner predicts that one in five workers will have an AI bot as their co-worker by 2022. It’s almost impossible to talk about the future of the workplace without mention of AI or robotics, and is therefore hardly surprising that there is a feeling of apprehension amongst workers.

Despite huge technological advances, there is, and always will, be a fundamental need for office space which stimulate human connections and interaction. The key for employers in a technological age, will be to adapt in an intelligent way. The workplaces of the future should welcome and harness the power and opportunities of AI to transform business, whilst maintaining the integrity and value of a physical work place.

In his recent article with Workplace Insight, Giles Fuchs, CEO of Office Space in Town (OSiT) explores how businesses can tap into the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) while maintaining the value of the traditional workplace.

Read the article here