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Artificial Intelligence (AI)s Impact on Business Communication
Rising AI technologies are creating intriguing probabilities, facilitating an ecosystem where virtual robots, voice assistants and RPA will serve in collaboration with humans to enhance communications and operations.
Fremont, CA: Artificial intelligence (AI) isn’t a new technology, the improvements made in AI is spearheading a transformation in business communication. Business leaders today are realising the need to adopt AI enabled communication methods within their organisations.
AI-enabled communication methods are not only empowering employees to convey information in a more perceivable manner, but also to track their interactions across the organisations. Whether it is HR managers leveraging AI chatbots to facilitate automated information exchange with potential candidates, or organisations leveraging AI-based systems to gather employee information for benefits programs, the technology is certainly taking inter-organisational communication to the next level.
AI is also enabling organisations to automatically track the performance of the employees and send them alerts regarding specific issues. Even when managers are seeking to assign projects to the right candidates, AI can assist them in comparing the probabilities of best outcomes. That is not all. Employees can also benefit from speech recognition, real-time language translation, and other capabilities that AI offers. Moreover, several organisations are implementing AI-based assistants designed to answer employee queries regarding attendance, benefits, salary, etc.
These are some of the few ways in which AI will turn the tide for business communication. In the upcoming months, there is no doubt that foresighted organisations will combine AI will other technologies, adding more capabilities to business communication.
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