It was striking that 47% of CEOs believed that replacing them with artificial intelligence was a good thing.
But what do technical experts think about this?
They believe that artificial intelligence can perform routine tasks on behalf of CEOs.
They explain that although artificial intelligence is efficient in accomplishing many tasks, it is difficult to replace CEOs in matters related to critical thinking, creativity, working within a team, and inspiring employees.
Technical experts: 47% of workers are not qualified for the future of work
Technical experts believe that the shift towards integrating artificial intelligence into the work environment faces obstacles, given that 47% of workers are not qualified or have not been prepared for the future of work, according to the survey.
On the other hand, CEOs are trying to hire people with artificial intelligence skills, which is not easy in light of the survey results, as 87% find it difficult to find suitable employees with the required technology skills.
This may not seem surprising, given that only 24% of employees acquire AI skills in the course of their jobs.
The results give a clearer picture of managers’ future outlook on adopting the concepts and standards of artificial intelligence and even adopting its techniques, so the most prominent question remains perhaps the possibility of expanding its application at the global level.
In her comment on the topic, human resources expert, Rana Al-Kilani, told the program:the morningOn Sky News Arabia:
Artificial intelligence affects all jobs to varying degrees. Today, artificial intelligence has become the partner of enterprise managers. The inevitability of relying on artificial intelligence in the daily routines of CEOs. Job roles change with the presence of artificial intelligence, and work is done to develop employees to adapt and deal with it. Artificial intelligence covers part of the tasks, but it cannot eliminate the presence of humans. The importance of communication and dialogue to accept change and not be afraid during the transition of compromising job security.