BEworks in Behavioral Scientist on ‘Embracing the Era of the Augmented Worker’

Posted by BEworks on Jun 3, 2020 4:59:01 PM

Featured Articles_Featured Article - drk blueAs we march forward into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, not only are we seeing some industries experience wide-spread automation, we see the rise of the augmented worker—human employees whose performance is augmented by artificial intelligence (AI).

In this Behavioral Scientist article within a special issue, “Connected State of Mind”, Nathaniel Barr (Scientific Advisor) and Kelly Peters (CEO and Co-Founder) consider the psychological and behavioral implications of more workers augmented by AI, including what we can do to foster trust in algorithms, and how to make the tough decisions about whether to trust the human mind or the AI in moments of indecision.

Above all, they advocate for a culture of experimentation and scientific thinking to explore the unprecedented possibilities available in the era of the augmented worker.

To read more:
https://behavioralscientist.org/resistance-futile-embracing-era-augmented-worker/

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