We asked an AI to tell us about the Future of Work and the HR WorldFrancesco Bruno
(The image was also created by an AI, inserting the following keywords in the fields: HR, Human Resources, Work, Job and Future)
We at Ambire Benefit Society like innovation so much that we have included it as one of our founding values: innovation spurs us on a daily basis to always give our best to build a more ethical, inclusive society and guarantor of people’s well-being both inside and outside the work context through the use of technology and its applications. This is why we have begun to analyze the potential of Artificial Intelligence, which is becoming increasingly relevant.
But first it is good to know what an artificial intelligence is. AI (abbreviated) refers to a branch of computer science that allows the programming and design of both hardware and software systems that enable machines to be endowed with certain typically “human” characteristics.
Nothing to do, then, with anything from science fiction: in reality, AIs are used in a wide variety of application fields. Thanks to a series of sophisticated algorithms, the machine autonomously processes data and “learns” along the process with the aim of achieving increasingly accurate results. There are various types of AIs and numerous mechanisms that regulate their processes, however, their use, for the past few years, has been expanding more and more: logistics, security, production management, medicine and surgery, measurement, design and much more.
Recently, thanks to the spread of AIs for private use, their fame has expanded to the point that it is almost impossible not to find references on every social. There is a growing constructive debate on Linkedin about Artificial Intelligences, and since we at Ambire Benefit Society are an organization rooted in the concept of innovation, we could not avoid talking about it.
So much so that we decided to ask ChatGPT for his “thoughts” on the future of the field in which we operate, that of Human Resources and Labor.
This you see below is the result and it is incredibly consistent with an analysis of our own related to well-being and inclusion:
The future of human resources (HR) is likely to be shaped by a number of factors, including advances in technology, changes in the global business landscape, and evolving employee expectations. Here are some potential developments that could shape the future of HR:
Increased use of technology: as technology advances, HR is likely to become more automated and data-driven. For example, HR professionals could use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to assist with tasks such as resume screening, employee engagement, and performance management.
Increased focus on employee well-being: As the importance of physical and mental health is increasingly recognized, HR can play a greater role in supporting employee well-being. This could involve offering resources such as wellness programs, mental health support and flexible work arrangements.
Increased focus on diversity, equity and inclusion: HR is likely to play a key role in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion within organizations. This could involve developing and implementing DEI policies, providing training and education, and taking steps to create more inclusive work environments.
More flexible working arrangements: the trend toward remote working and flexible working arrangements is expected to continue in the future, and HR will need to find ways to effectively support and manage these functions.
Increased use of data and analytics: HR professionals will be able to use data and analytics to make more informed decisions on such things as recruitment, training, and employee development.
Overall, the future of this industry is likely to involve a combination of technology and a focus on employee well-being, diversity, and flexibility. HR professionals will need to adapt and be proactive to keep up with these trends and meet the evolving needs of their organizations and employees.