Artificial Intelligence (AI) surrounds us, from the apps on our phones to the algorithms that dictate what we see in social media feeds. And even though it's not yet able to take full control over our daily lives, AI is beginning to play a larger role in revolutionizing the way we work. From monitoring employee performance and alerting managers when it's time for a performance appraisal to help create diversified labor by filling jobs with qualified applicants irrespective of gender, race, or nationality. Moreover, AI has come far from being an automation tool for simple tasks such as sorting mail.

In this blog post, we will examine how AI can cut out laziness and slackness from workstations and how it enables workers to reach their full potential. 

AI can be used to monitor employee performance and alert managers when it's time to step in.

AI can be used to monitor employee performance and alert managers when it's time to step in.

Artificial Intelligence can help managers identify issues related to performance, morale, productivity, and more challenges. AI notifies the manager when it detects a problem, so the situation can be prevented before it becomes too severe. For example: if an employee continuously delays work or misses deadlines and this has been going on for months. As a result, AI will alert the manager who will have enough time to meet with that employee before their next shift starts. The manager should also consider delegating some tasks or projects so they don't become overwhelmed by all the work on their plate at once.

AI can act as a game-changer for scheduling.

Scheduling is now super easy with AI assistance. It has the potential to be a game-changer to schedule your tasks. With Artificial intelligence, you'll be able to schedule your employees based on their performance, availability, skillsets, and even location. Consequently, it can help you get an optimal schedule that maximizes efficiency while minimizing mistakes.

For example: If an individual lacks performance or they are constantly late for the job, you might want them on the work earlier in the day instead of later in the evening when traffic may get in their way of getting there on time. Or perhaps there's an employee who works from home one day per week. It is obvious that he/she needs access to certain resources at work during those days. Therefore, assigning him in close proximity would help ensure productivity rather than making him commute across town every day just so he/she can use a printer or fax machine (or worse yet have no access at all).

It can help create a more diverse workforce by filling jobs with the best candidate, whether that's a man or woman or someone across the globe.

Certainly, AI can be a best way to find the best person for a specific job, regardless of gender and ethnicity. In fact, AI removes bias in recruiting by eliminating human prejudice. It's not just about being able to find a diverse workforce but it's about finding a deserving candidate based on their skill set and experience, not their gender or race.

AI-powered hiring platforms allow companies to conduct more targeted searches while keeping costs low because they don't require recruiting managers or recruiters with extensive knowledge of specific industries or roles within those industries. Rather, they rely on data science algorithms that have been trained over time through millions of past experiences such as resumes of the applicants. Moreover, it means that you'll receive better quality applicants than ever before, those who are genuinely interested in working for your company because they've researched its mission statement online!

Designing AI tools that work for everyone is particularly challenging in fields like tech where minorities are underrepresented.

Designing AI tools that work for everyone is particularly challenging in fields like tech where minorities are underrepresented. For instance, a study by MIT found that facial recognition algorithms don't seem more accurate at identifying black faces than white ones due to insufficient training data. Rather than designing AI with only one group in mind, businesses must strive to train their algorithms on more diverse information to better serve all customers and employees.

If you're wondering how you can help bring about this change yourself, here are some suggestions:

  • Ask yourself, your aim of designing the tool in the first place and examine the adverse impacts on people. For a while, an HR system might prevent women from applying for certain jobs if it assumes there won't be enough qualified applicants based solely on past experience (when many women may actually have been qualified).

  • Secondly, consider whether your company genuinely needs a  particular feature or a certain service. And whether there's an alternative to doing things manually, like hiring more human staff members.

To keep their employees happy, companies will need to focus on creating an environment that's both productive and enjoyable.

AI is revolutionizing the world and it makes work more efficient, however, it still has enough to do to take over completely. It is significant to keep employees happy, for this purpose, companies will need to focus to create an environment that is productive, fast, and enjoyable.

This means offering the right tools and amenities (like free snacks, relevant working material for the tasks, or recreational time) so your employees can get their jobs done without feeling like they're sacrificing anything in return.

Artificial Intelligence can help make work more efficient, but it still has a ways to go before it's ready to take over completely

Artificial intelligence brings ease to every task. AI-powered tools help in the automation of routine tasks, processing huge data, and providing insights into inaccessible approaches which in turn enable businesses to ensure better decisions and save time and resources. Still, there are some obstacles standing in the way of AI taking over completely.

One of the ways, AI can boost your work is through predictive analytics. It predicts future trends on the basis of historical data. Moreover, another way AI can make work efficient is through process automation. However, despite being a powerful tool in making work productive and efficient, AI has a long way to take over completely. 


We're still a long way from being able to completely automate work, but AI is already making it easier for us to get things done. The best thing you can do is start thinking about how artificial intelligence could be used in your company or industry. Furthermore, assess how its benefits might outweigh any potential downsides.

Remember Artificial intelligence is not a replacement, instead, it is an augment to human intelligence.