In a fast moving world, we are a fast moving company. Keep up to date with the latest industry and CPS Group news.
We’ve all seen the same headline phrased in countless ways, ranging from ‘Robots are stealing our jobs’ to ‘Will AI take over the world?’ Except, the thing is, it’s almost impossible to predict the unknown as it is, well, precisely that – unknown. However, what we can predict is how to upskill yourself so that you’re always one step ahead of these so-called job-stealing robots.
Read Article >
It’s no secret that Millennials make up a majority of our workforce – in fact, there’s 1.8 billion of them, all now of working age. However, that does mean that everyone’s putting their two cents in about the most effective ways to recruit them, and while there are thousands of articles sharing advice on how to attract the best Millennial talent, it’s hard to know what’s actually going to make an impact.
Last year, the UN warned us that we’ve only got 12 years left to halt climate change. More than six million people took to the streets in September, demanding that our global leaders take action on the climate emergency. The thing is, just as humans are capable of destroying our planet, they hold the key to saving it too.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0 – begins to challenge our perception of what it means to be human, it’s time to remind ourselves of what makes our species unique. Humans are able to encounter entirely new situations and respond to them by drawing parallels between their past experiences and their existing knowledge. Toby Walsh, professor of computer science at the National Information and Communications Technology Australia, refers to this as ‘common-sense reasoning’, and it’s something that can’t be replicated in machines.
CPS Group - Resource Solutions - Information Technology- News...
30 June 2014 by Amy Lewis
This website uses 'cookies' to give you the best, most relevant experience. Using this website means you're happy with this. You can find out more about the cookies used by clicking this link.