Advances in artificial intelligence, automation and digitization are disrupting how businesses carry out work today. This is causing a continuous change in skill requirement for companies and having a profound effect on the work-force. Available data suggests that as much as 50 percent of current work activities are technically automatable by adapting currently demonstrated technologies. Six out of ten current occupations have more than 30 percent of activities that are technically automatable. As companies embrace automation, hundreds of professionals need to be re-skilled and up-skilled. This would lead to significant changes in the workplace. Up-skilling workers is therefore emerging as one of the top priority areas for companies with an increasing number of them taking steps to...
Ankush Ghosh, Asst. Professor, The Neotia University
Saloni Vijay, GM & Central Cluster IT Head, Vodafone Idea
Anand Prakash, Co-Founder & Head of Academics, Vedantu
Naganagouda S J, VP & Head Human Resources, GlobalEdge Software
Dr. Sudhir Varadarajan, Dean (Design, Innovation, Incubation), IIITDM Kancheepuram, Chennai
Dr. Raj Singh, Professor & Vice Chancellor, Ansal University, Gurugram