This article summarises a combination of a survey of 1,200 business leaders in the UK, France, Germany and The Netherlands and detailed scenario planning.
The majority of respondents believe that AI will help upskill human employees, making them more productive and that every organisation will have a Chief Artificial Intelligence Office (CAI) in place by 2035, their role being to help the CEO make critical business decisions.
The regional Vice President of Citrix, UK & Ireland, Darren Fields stated "as intelligent technologies automate the burden of repetitive, task based work, uniquely human skills like creativity and the ability to learn will drive future value."
We could be on the brink of a watershed moment in the evolving relationship between people and technology in the workspace.
In less than a decade, you'll earn your company less money than artificial intelligence. This is according to a new forecast by software company Citrix, which paints a picture in which the rise of AI will afford humans more time to focus on creative and strategic work.