Automation emerged as a way to complete repetitive, simple tasks using equipment (rather than human labor). By using automation, companies can (1) save money by hiring fewer employees and (2) utilize current workforces to carry out jobs that cannot be replaced by automation, e.g., entail critical thinking skills. Then came artificial intelligence (AI), which is a field of computer science aimed at performing jobs that do require skills like problem solving, planning, learning, and language processing. Examples include virtual assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri.
Skye Learning is excited to spotlight Dmitri Artamonov, a subject matter expert for the Certificate in Emerging Technology for Managers. Artamonov’s expert commentary is featured in both A Manager’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence and A Manager’s Guide to Robotics.
Artamonov is the Co-founder and CTO of Envel and a Contributing CTO on Artificial Intelligence for the Forbes Technology Council. He is a senior technology professional, visionary, and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer and Trainer. Artamonov has worked across industries for businesses ranging from start-ups to international corporations, and his past client work includes projects with NASDAQQ, BNY Melon, and Deloitte.
MindEdge and Skye Learning’s Second Annual Future of Work survey found that more and more businesses are adopting robotics and advanced automation, leading to fears of significant job losses in the future. But the people-on-the-street that we talked to don't seem all that worried about their own jobs. Should they be? Check out our latest Skye Learning video.
A lot of people are worried about losing their jobs to advanced automation, but robotics and artificial intelligence are likely to create a lot of new jobs, as well. Dmitri Artamonov, co-founder and CTO of Envel, foresees a future job market filled with blue-collar robot techs, white-collar automation consultants, and a lot of people “working less in the business and working more on the business.” Our latest Skye Learning video lays it out for you.
There’s been a lot of media buzz about artificial intelligence lately – but what exactly is AI? The answer is more complicated than you might think; there are actually four different types of AI, ranging from chess-playing computers to self-aware programs that can anticipate how you feel. Our latest Skye Learning video sorts it all out for you.
As new technology enters the market, the buzz surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) continues to grow. From self-driving cars to digital assistants to natural language processors, AI is revolutionizing the modern technological landscape. Learn more about the evolution of AI in our latest infographic.