(photo: Alex Knight)
11.08.2021, 14:44

Understanding AI

Automation, Robotics & Artificial Intelligence (AI), United States

With artificial intelligence transforming the operation of business across industries, managers of all levels are flocking to understand how the technology can be deployed in their organisation.


Business leaders and any understand how  decisions they make are vital in the survival of their company. From those starting out to experienced leaders, both categories of executive will experience complex situations that leave them wondering about their next move.


Since AI can allow radical transformation across both businesses and industries, managers are increasingly  taking an interest in understanding the ways how it can help them make a difference to their company.


There are several ways in which AI can provide business leaders with some support, resulting in improving how they perform as a manager. These are a few of the ways AI can transform good business leaders into great managers.


Help With Future Projects

Learning about AI now will be beneficial for leaders navigating through an uncertain future. Taking an artificial intelligence course to gain a deeper understanding of AI will be a great tool that can help when looking for ways to maximise AI within your business and industry. For instance, there's this option that provides a history of AI, as well as the capabilities and functionalities it can offer. At the end of the course, leaders will have gained a deep understanding of algorithms, machine learning and also an artificial intelligence certification.


As business leaders look for ways to grow their business, they can use the knowledge they have gained from their artificial intelligence course to make more informed decisions, which could help guide the company in the right direction.


Support With Multitasking 

Any good leader will always have an overview of their business, looking at the performance of all areas of the company and having to make decisions regarding certain issues that may arise – each one varying from the other. Whilst this means the leader is fully aware of all issues and successes of the business, it does result in their attention focusing more on one area, leaving others neglected.


Utilising the powers of a machine, these can consume quantities of data, guided by an algorithm that can indicate the probability of a particular choice. Highlighting what would be the most logical choice of action you should consider taking.


Encourage A Productive Workforce

Any tasks that can be automated through AI will provide leaders with free time to focus on other areas of their business, ones that require more strategic initiatives. By eliminating as many mundane tasks as possible, AI will help to promote greater job satisfaction and higher levels of productivity – not just for business leaders but also the team.


Having the time to focus on other tasks, the overall morale amongst employees can be boosted due to the more mundane jobs, such as administration, becoming automated.


With advancements in technology occurring almost daily, the realm of what is possible continues to expand, which makes these exciting times for companies operating in all sectors. The advancements in technology can enable even the simplest of tasks to become automated. How this affects business leaders is that AI can be a powerful tool that will help to make better choices, ones that could support the firm going forward as it sets out to achieve its next business goals.


Article rating:

vote data

Leave a reply

 (photo: Polyteck Group)
News Editor  - 30.09.2021

Residential PPM Contract Award

Polyteck Group has secured a one-year contract to provide planned preventive maintenance (PPM) services at Lillie Square, a new landscaped residential development in West London in the latest of a...

 (photo: Pixabay)
News Editor  - 18.10.2021

Supporting Sustainable Estates Management

A new partnership between Mitie and Sustainable Development Capital LLP (SDCL) is helping public and private sector organisations roll out large-scale decarbonisation and energy efficiency projects...

Pictured (L-R): New apprentices, Thomas Gordon, Emma Walker and Manveer Sangha. (photo: Mitie Group)
News Editor  - 28.09.2021

Mitie Welcomes Technical Apprentices

Mitie has surpassed a target of recruiting 50 new technical apprentices in 2021 with the addition of a new intake of 41 apprentices to its Technical Services Apprenticeship Programme.

Jonathan Foot (pictured) argues against the commonly held misconception that apprenticeships are solely for young people. (photo: ©Douglas Kurn)
Jonathan Foot  - 18.10.2021

Celebrating Hospitality Apprenticeship Week 2021

With Hospitality Apprenticeship Week underway in the United Kingdom, Jonathan Foot, Head of Apprenticeships and Early Careers at Compass Group UK&I, explains why apprenticeships are relevant to...

 (photo: Mati Mango)
News Editor  - 22.10.2021

Innovation in the Enterprise Award

Terminix has received an Innovation in the Enterprise Award from the Greater Memphis IT Council following a recent collaboration with cloud platform provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) to implement...

The South Quay Plaza development comprises three towers, the tallest standing at 68 storeys high. (photo: )
News Editor  - 21.10.2021

Residential Energy Metering Contract

Insite Energy has been selected to install and service pre-paid metering at the new South Quay Plaza luxury residential development in Canary Wharf.