AI in the Workplace

A recent LinkedIn report states that 4 in 5 people want to learn more about how to use AI in their profession.

With the topic of AI dominating LinkedIn, seminar agendas and professional forums, this comes as no great surprise.

However, with this emerging technology comes a degree of uncertainty. How should businesses be using it? What would be best practice? And, how valid are the concerns felt by some of the workforce, that AI technology could render some jobs redundant?

As with any new technology, the key to getting started is to learn more about the full capabilities of it, in order to understand its scope and how this is relevant and applicable to you and your business.

What is clear to see, is that AI is not a quick trend that will drop off the radar. It has the potential to change the way we work, and shape the future of how businesses operate. To embrace AI as a tool for future success allows exciting developments and growth to be made. AI has the potential to challenge us to become more creative and dynamic, and more innovative in how we work.

Although there remain concerns around the suitability of AI for certain industries, for the vast majority of businesses, it is already becoming clear that it can be used to maximise efficiency, to streamline processes and to encourage a culture of innovation. As AI tools develop, it can only make sense to embrace it and utilise it to best suit our own needs.

If you’d like to learn more about how to get started with AI, and how it can help you and your business, we are offering a Microsoft 365 AI Essentials course – with online delivery, and part funded opportunities, this could be the ideal way to venture into the world of AI in the workplace.

Take a look at our range of Digital Skills Courses

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