By: Jenifer Nike
Sometimes, when we see this prowess that AI is capable of, we start to worry about our jobs thinking that these technological beings will leave us with no job,by Jenifer Nike
How to find the balance between human workers and AI
Both of these share similar stories: machines become aware of their existence, and they start slaving humans, destruction is all over the city, and humans start to face their end.
Sounds terrific, isn’t it? But does it have to be this way?
Nevertheless, we have to remember that these movies are just fiction, and in fact, there could be a way to coexist both AI and humans in the same workplace. Nowadays machines are achieving incredible things like winning a chess game to a human or discovering first than you what you’ll buy on Amazon.
What is AI/Human augmentation
Computers have made our lives easier! Now, with just one Google search, you could find any information you wish. Back then, we had to look through a bunch of books to find the answers. Computers allow you to:
- Solve a problem
- Write lines of code to perform it
- Let it perform this task over and over
Now, with AI, machines can perform more complicated tasks taking a huge step in human decisions. Developers can use this technology to make a decision based on each problem by defining the scope of this allowing AI to perform the best solution for it.
When you mix human decisions with the capability of AI to perform tasks without an error, you find AI/Human augmentation.
Human Vs. Artificial Intelligence: Why Finding The Right Balance Is Key To Success
In short, now that we have increasingly capable robots and artificial intelligence (AI) systems – capable of taking on tasks that were previously the sole domain of humans – it’s easier than ever for organizations to leverage intelligent machines. But this leaves employers with some major questions to answer: how do we find the right balance between intelligent machines and human intelligence? What roles should be given over to machines? And which roles are best suited to humans?
Understanding what machines can do
Particularly in traditional companies, business leaders often aren’t up to speed on the sheer range of tasks that today’s AIs and intelligent robots can take on. (In fact, I spend a lot of time educating executives in this area.) This knowledge is key to finding the right balance between humans and machines in your organization.