Investment | Computers prioritised over human workers

Computers prioritised over human workers

Do you value your technology over your workers? This is the question business leaders are starting to ask themselves as the progression of artificial intelligence and automation takes a greater hold of the corporate world – but the answer may not be music to the ears of professionals.

In fact, when asked in the fifth annual KPMG International Global CEO Outlook report if they would potentially prioritise buying new technology over the development of their workforce to improve their organisation’s resilience, a massive 68% of CEOs confirmed that technology was a greater priority.

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