Artificial Intelligence will Make the Workplace More Human, Not Less | Pedro Uria-Recio | TEDxIMU

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Pedro Uria-Recio is a senior marketing leader, highly experienced in data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, product marketing, and P&L management. As the head of Axiata Analytics, Pedro leads advanced analytics and AI across the operational companies of Axiata Group, a telecom and digital conglomerate in 11 Asian countries. With a cross-functional team of marketing specialists, data scientists and engineers as well as digital professionals, Pedro focuses on marketing analytics, digital growth hacking as well as new revenue streams. Pedro Uria-Recio is a senior marketing leader, highly experienced in data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, product marketing, and P&L management. As the head of Axiata Analytics, Pedro leads advanced analytics and AI across the operational companies of Axiata Group, a telecom and digital conglomerate in 11 Asian countries. With a cross-functional team of marketing specialists, data scientists and engineers as well as digital professionals, Pedro focuses on marketing analytics, digital growth hacking as well as new revenue streams. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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Matt B says:

Not everyone has a "quantative" mind. This argument doesnt have any psychology involved in it. Millions of people prefer manual labor, or aren't capable of doing other things. This is crime. There will be an utter mental health crisis when personality and abilities run into this. One person supervising ten robots means ten lost jobs. This is crime.

Aziz says:

Very well thought off. As someone who worked in one of the worlds leading marketing companies. It irks me allot. I have seen how resizing, outsourcing, strategy shifts have led employees to be terminated and in many cases pushed towards it. Now with automation I see those who were outsourced will face the same troubles the people who worked with me faced a 10 years ago.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Facing this challenge, rather than delaying the deployment of Artificial Intelligence, governments and companies should facilitate this massive skillset transition.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– But there is a catch: not every human will adapt the new skills valuable in the future job market, resulting in a new unemployable class of people.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Therefore, over the next 2 decades, AI will make the workplace more human, not less. This is the gift of AI to mankind.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Humans will be pushed towards interpersonal and creative skills, which machines cannot do. These are the skills that make us uniquely human.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Over the next 2 decades, 80% of repetitive and physical tasks will be automated as well as half of the quantitative tasks. But 80% of interpersonal and creative tasks will continue to be done by humans.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Over the next 2 decades, 80% of repetitive and physical tasks will be automated as well as half of the quantitative tasks. But 80% of interpersonal and creative tasks will continue to be done by humans.

– Humans will be pushed towards interpersonal and creative skills, which machines cannot do. These are the skills that make us uniquely human.

– Therefore, over the next 2 decades, AI will make the workplace more human, not less. This is the gift of AI to mankind.

– But there is a catch: not every human will adapt the new skills valuable in the future job market, resulting in a new unemployable class of people.

– Facing this challenge, rather than delaying the deployment of Artificial Intelligence, governments and companies should facilitate this massive skillset transition.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Humans will be pushed towards interpersonal and creative skills, which machines cannot do. These are the skills that make us uniquely human.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

– Over the next 2 decades, 80% of repetitive and physical tasks will be automated as well as half of the quantitative tasks. But 80% of interpersonal and creative tasks will continue to be done by humans.

Pedro Uria-Recio says:

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