The future of work is already here. Sectors as diverse as public transit and advertising are using AI today. In this eye-opening book, information technology experts Steven Miller and Thomas H. Davenport examine examples of successful workplace AI integration. They go beyond statistics to paint a detailed picture of the current effects of AI on the way people work and highlight questions about the future. Whether you are concerned about AI’s effects on your own work or considering spearheading AI adoption within your organization, you’ll find valuable insights in Miller and Davenport’s text.
About the Authors
Thomas H. Davenport is a Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College and a senior AI advisor to Deloitte Analytics. Steven Miller is Professor Emeritus of Information Systems at Singapore Management University.
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