Delegating tasks in the workplace is nothing new, but a survey from The Harris Poll has identified one key difference as we look to the future: workers will soon assign repetitive tasks back to AI.
According to the study, nearly three-quarters (72%) of American workers would consider delegating tasks like invoicing, auditing, and reporting to AI, allowing them to focus on more challenging tasks and work. requires more manual input, such as project management.
The results also indicate that Gen Z is more interested in AI than previous generations before this age group continues to seek a harmonious work-life balance. Gen Z is on track to become the biggest group as it looks set to overtake Millennials, so the move to AI is seen as an important step for many industries.
However, there are still a lot of older workers who want to adopt new technologies. In fact, research shows that 81% of people aged 35-44 and 76% of people aged 45-54 are willing to delegate tasks to achieve a better work-life balance.
With this in mind, the Deloitte’s State of AI 5th Edition in Enterprise reporting (opens in a new tab) think businesses are not implementing AI properly. Among survey participants, about one in five (22%) are considered “underachievers” – or to put it simply, they have not applied enough methods to help them achieve their goals. meaningful results.
Deloitte suggests that companies should capitalize on workers’ enthusiasm for AI, and as Gen Z continues to grow, it never seems like a better time to try some artificial intelligence. .
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