The layoffs happen at a time when the company is focussing and investing heavily on software, robotics and AI.
One in seven HR leaders agree that automation/artificial intelligence is already impacting their workforce plans.
The time has already come for robots and humans to work together as a team — collaboratively producing significant results.
Organisations are now leveraging platforms that ensure the hiring process is devoid of any recruiter biases.
Technology can reduce efforts to build and mine out data for a variety of reports, but can it help in informed decision making.
The company began the month-long trial of this device on June 27 where in 600 members of Hitachi sales team were made to wear the product.
Organisations are ready to hire new set of recruits – not the millennials or Gen Z – it’s the smart machines and artificial intelligence. The new workplace will see humans and intelligent machines working in tandem.
New skillsets will be required to thrive in the new landscape, attributed to new fields, such as artificial intelligence, machine-learning, robotics, nanotechnology, 3-D printing, genetics and biotechnology.