AI can be described as the design of intelligent agents that perceives its environment and takes actions which maximize its chances of success. But due to the advent of artificial intelligence, there are possibilities about the loss of work for many people. It’s not completely true because the advanced technology will allow people to learn something different from the tech world and it will create new opportunities too.
World’s second largest and second most-populous continent Africa to emerging technologies as well as generate the infrastructure required to support a robust and well-equipped future workforce. Africa taking steps to the incorporate a culture of working with robotics and AI.
The major difference between developed and developing economies is that countries “ahead of the technological curve” often resist systemic change due to their size and the potential of destabilization.
Companies can generate intricate profiles of individuals using AI, also utilizing a relatively non-biased approach that matches individuals to their perfect role. Such strategies not only help to improve the performance but also for the best possible cultural fit. Several developing economies have made strides in incorporating technology into their daily lives.
An employee can perform better as well as stays with the organization when they feel responsible and key part of the work. This is how AI is beginning to disrupt the human resources space, particularly in Africa.
African people are not restricted by barometers about how things “should be done as they have the ability to innovate. The upcoming industrial revolution is just around the corner and African need to understand how these emerging technologies will affect their lives.