Algorithms and AI: humans at the center or replaced by machines?

by bold-lichterman

The myth of artificial intelligence ready to replace humans at work and wipe them off the face of the planet is tenacious in the collective imagination. Yet human resources and marketing professionals have been proclaiming it loud and clear in recent years: we must put people back at the center! The machine would be effective only as a complement to humans, especially not as a pure and simple replacement.

Simon Mueller, co-founder of the think tank The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School, doubts the reality on the ground will be so idyllic for our comrades of flesh and blood. Because beyond the facade there is a technical and economic reality difficult to circumvent.


The contributor:

Artificial intelligence from dystopian fantasy to reality on the groundThomas gouritin supports SMEs and large accounts in their transformations, with digital support. Producer of the Regards Connected series (Youtube channel and podcasts), he explores our technological future to popularize complex subjects such as artificial intelligence and convey messages of pragmatism to be applied in business. The subject of chatbots is essential today, Thomas approaches it in a pragmatic way with, in addition to project support, conferences aimed at demystifying the subject without “bullshit” and with workshops allowing everyone to get their hands dirty. design to understand, learn, and do.