Get your HR Health Check today

Home News Artificial intelligence is driving the next generation of jobs in the UK

Artificial intelligence is driving the next generation of jobs in the UK


Enable Group | Oct 02, 2019

Blog ● < 1 min read

It was featured in the Straits Times on 26 September 2019 that “Singapore is the most prepared for the next wave of technology disruption that will be brought about by artificial intelligence (AI), according to a new index on AI readiness that ranks 105 global cities.” London came second, followed by New York. Preparedness was measured in four broad categories: vision, activation ability, asset base and growth trajectory. How will the job market in Singapore cope with the changes in the horizon? Will there be enough talents and skills among Singaporeans for the next generation of AI-influenced jobs?
Here’s a glimpse of how the job market in the UK will be affected as industries adopt AI.
#AI #jobs #data #digitalisation #dataprofessionals #change #industries #HR #humanresources

Related News


Enable Group | Jan 18, 2021

HR WhatNow: How HR contributes to top line revenue & bottom line cost

Profits are what drives the company forward and in a simplified explanation, profits are derived when income is more than expenditures. (image: HR is usually not the first function that comes into mind when talking about company profits, but that would be greatly undermining the impact it has on a company’s performance because it […]

Blog • 3 min read


Enable Group | Oct 24, 2018

The 4 C’s to Developing a Candidate Experience Strategy

To really have a positive and lasting impact with candidates, it’s going to take a strategy. The candidate experience isn’t simply another HR program, because what happens during the hiring process has a direct link to the employee experience.–the-importance-of-developing-a-strategy& #enableconsulting #hrconsulting #hrprovider #humanresources #candidateexperience

Blog • < 1 min read


Enable Group | Mar 31, 2021

HR WhatNow: What Happens to Work-From-Home as Phase 3 Eases?

With the announcement of further easing of Covid-19 measures last week, public servants who are currently working from home will return to the office at least three out of five working days. Private-sector employers are also be allowed up to 75% of a company’s employees to return to the workplace at any one time up […]

Blog • 3 min read