Future of computer based knowledge work- conference 11.5.2017 by Digital Workforce and Talouselämä
Software robots and artificial intelligence are not just technologies among others – they have brought about innovations that shape the future of business. How do you take advantage of digital the transformation? How have others succeeded? What does the near future hold for knowledge intensive organizations? Sign up for Digital Workforce and Talouselämä’s joint conference held on 11.5.2017 at Scandic Park and find answers to the burning questions around the future of work.
Studies, trends and experiences
The day starts with a keynote from Jacques Bughin, senior partner and director of the McKinsey Global Institute. Bughin shares his vision on AI and the future of computer based knowledge work based on latest research. Robotic technologies have implications to almost every line of work but what exactly can we expect? What jobs will be replaced within the next decade, what wont?
Shop Direct, one of UK’s largest online stores, has used software robotics for many years improving serve quality and efficiency. Shop Direct’s digital employees complete each year hundreds of thousands hours’ worth work load and bring the company immense business advantages. Lindsay Harrison of Shop Direct and Alex Bentley from the online store’s RPA vendor Blue Prism deliver an exciting joint speech on their’ RPA journey.
The event closes with a panel discussion of Finnish forerunners. LähiTapiola, OP and Aditro share their experience in implementing software robotics as well as discuss RPA’s business goals and relationship to strategy.
Emilia Kullas, Talouselämä’s Editor in Chief will take the role of event moderator.
Learn more about the program and speakers here.
The conference is organized by Digital Workforce and Talouselämä. The day begins with a breakfast and ends with lunch. Sign up now to reserve your seat!
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