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17 October, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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64pc people trust a robot more than their manager, says study

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

People have more trust in robots than their managers, according to the second annual AI at Work study conducted by Oracle and Future Workplace, a research firm. According to the study, 65 per cent of workers are optimistic, excited and grateful about having robot co-workers, a press statement said.

The study of 8,370 employees, managers and HR leaders across 10 countries, found that AI has changed the relationship between people and technology at work and is reshaping the role HR teams and managers need to play in attracting, retaining and developing talent.

AI is becoming more prominent with 50 per cent of workers currently using some form of AI at work compared to only 32 per cent last year.

Workers in China (77 per cent) and India (78 percent) have adopted AI over 2X more than those in France (32 per cent) and Japan (29 per cent), the study said.

Workers in India (60 per cent) and China (56 per cent) are the most excited about AI, followed by the UAE (44 per cent), Singapore (41 per cent), Brazil (32 per cent), Australia/New Zealand (26 per cent), Japan (25 per cent), US (22 per cent), UK (20 per cent) and France (8 per cent), the statement added quoting the study.

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