Over the last decade we have seen a revolution in amenity-driven work spaces, that try to cater for as many people as possible – from Dog, Cat, and Rat lovers, to Ping Pong players, Yoga chillers and Tropical-Leaf flavoured tea drinkers…oh, and let’s not forget the mushroom coffee fans.
Back in 1930, a well-respected British Economist named John Maynard Keynes, predicted that in 2030 the standard of living would be 4-8x higher than during his time, and due to a growth in wages, people would only need to work 15 hours per week – creating a `leisure class´.
Being passionate about your work is important. We all know that. We are told to talk about our “passion for the job” in every job application and interview we do. But once you are in the workplace, is that passion being used against you – for the benefit of your boss, or company?
Trying to make key business decisions has always been hard, even before we had the luxury of super-smart and super-fast computers that could churn out multiple data points for us to analyse, digest, analyse again - and take action on. Some would say that our access to data has in fact created more confusion, stress, and inaction - than actually provided any real analytical benefits.
It was missing the puzzle piece. How much more effective would your organization's website be if it knew what the user was looking for even before they visited it? How much less customer service would be needed? In today's blog post, Johan Albertsson from rek.ai talks about how AI can easily be applied to your organization's website.
Jonas Dahlberg works with Microsoft's Azure cloud services, which make the cloud more accessible for companies, leading to easy scaleability and a high level of efficiency in various industries. AI services are connected to the cloud services and we were curious about Jonas' thoughts on AI technology, ethics and value.