‘Surprisingly, last year, we discovered that the majority of workers would trust orders from a robot. This year, almost two-thirds of workers said they would trust orders from a robot over their manager, and half have already turned to a robot instead of their manager for advice.’
A global study of 8,000 employees in 10 countries found almost 66% have favourable attitudes about AI co-workers or robots. The study was done by Oracle and Future Workplace and is reported by World Economic Forum.
- Findings suggest changes in the role of managers in workplaces of the future
- Factual or emotional components divide preferences for management by machines
How artificial intelligence is redefining the role of manager
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM | November 15, 2019 | by Dan Schawbel