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AI and organization’s productivity

Artificial Intelligence is the latest and greatest resource for organizational productivity. With AI, companies are eliminating many of the redundant tasks that bog down their employees. No longer do workers need to spend hours creating or curating content. Instead, they can spend more time on projects that require creativity and originality, tasks that are largely reserved for humans.


With the influx of artificial intelligence into everyday life, it seems to be only a matter of time before AI will be used in the workplace. A recent study found that employees are using AI to access important documents, find contacts, and even schedule meetings.


Artificial Intelligence has been around for decades, but recent advancements have made it a new tool for productivity. A study conducted by Stanford University in 2016 found that AI-powered tools enhance human performance in various tasks. This can lead to more time and energy to pursue other projects.


AI is not a new concept. The inventor of the first digital computer, John Von Neumann, predicted that it would be a tool for productivity. With the help of AI writing assistants, copywriters can save time and energy by utilizing them to generate content.


Previously, AI was seen as a threat to the workforce. But now, it can be seen as a new tool for increasing productivity. With so much data available at our fingertips, we can identify patterns and make predictions that would have taken days with manual searching. Instead of looking at what AI will replace, we should see how it will enhance workplace efficiency and enable humans to do more.


The truth is the benefits of AI are limitless. It can help you be more productive, manage your time better, and free up storage space on your computer. With so many opportunities available, one might wonder what the drawbacks could be. Well, AI is not guaranteed to work perfectly every time and it might not be as good as a human at some things like creativity or critical thinking but AI has been used to create order out of chaos by helping to streamline a company’s workflow. It can be used to help with email, scheduling, business processes, and more.


There are many different reasons why a company would want to use AI. Some use it for customer service, others for sales and marketing, but the majority of companies are using AI to improve their workflow. By using AI with CRM software, many companies have been able to increase their efficiency and save time in ways they never thought possible.


However, while AI has many benefits, there are some negatives as well. Some believe that AI could potentially lead to a loss of jobs, a lack of creativity, and an increase in unemployment rates. Other concerns are the ethical implications of AI.


There are some negative effects of AI. Some people say that AI will eliminate the need for human labor and threaten our jobs. They also say that AI can be used to conduct surveillance on their users, profiling them based on race, gender, age, and other identifying demographics. Although there are many Downsides to AI, the rise of AI has been undeniably beneficial. This is because AI has made machines much more intelligent and capable than they were before. It is easy to see how this will improve the world in several ways: by making work more efficient, saving lives, and helping people live better lives.

Due to technological advances and society's increasing demand for convenience and efficiency, AI is becoming the norm to meet that demand. The future of AI is bright and will be a major part of our lives.


AI will not replace humans, but rather work side by side with them. The AI that is being created is designed to be used in a variety of ways and to assist humans in their everyday lives. It's important to note that this AI has not been designed to replace the human workforce, but rather as an aid.

Remi Dairo
CEO, Productivate Plus, USA. (Connect on LinkedIn: Remi Dairo)

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