Machine Learning: Its Impact on Jobs and New Skills

Machine Learning: Its Impact on Jobs and New Skills

Habituation is what happens when a person gets used to something that no longer calls one’s attention … such as swimming in cold water to the point where it doesn’t feel cold any more, or using a word that has lost its meaning. It could be what artificial...
Machine Learning and Beyond

Machine Learning and Beyond

Analogous to the human structure of the brain, Artificial Intelligence includes layers of connections that attempt to imitate physiological neural connections. In review of human learning, we see that this process slowly builds through the levels of sensation,...
Teaming in the Age of Disruption

Teaming in the Age of Disruption

With the speed of technical change across the broad levels of our socioeconomic world, teams seem to be the only viable tool for adequate innovation to match the pace of growth. More than ever, companies are falling behind due to unavailable workforce talent to get...
AI Is Machine Learning

AI Is Machine Learning

When all is said and done about Artificial Intelligence, the simple truth is that it is “machine learning”, the term used to explain that a computer uses the data collected from input to find patterns in the data and make predictions about output based on the...
AI Is Calculation Not Intelligence

AI Is Calculation Not Intelligence

There is an insightful YouTube on TEDx Deerfield, in which Neil Nie[1]  made the bold and concise statement that AI is calculation not intelligence.  What we call artificial intelligence is part of computer science that is charged to do things that human intelligence...
Design Thinking/Sprint and Storytelling

Design Thinking/Sprint and Storytelling

There is not a human being on this earth who doesn’t have a story, which means everyone has a purpose for living and, by the fact, is creatively contributing to life. David Kelley, founder of IDEO, stated, “Design Thinking is a process of empathizing with the end...
Building a Teaming Culture

Building a Teaming Culture

Amy Edmondson has dedicated her energies over the past 25 years to the study of teams in organizations. What prompted this direction in her life was her study of hospital mistakes made in patient care, especially with the distribution of medication. Long story short,...
Fostering Innovation in organizations through Design Thinking

Fostering Innovation in organizations through Design Thinking

In the May 15, 2018 Work Design Magazine[1], Chris LaPata, client leader with BHDP Architecture[2], addresses the importance of Design Thinking in innovative workplaces. “Without innovation, organizations risk the possibility of either being acquired by a company with...
Design Thinking is Human-Centric

Design Thinking is Human-Centric

Human centered design can be defined as the process that places the human needs and limitations in a higher priority compared with other targets during the design thinking and production differential stages. During this process, the designer is required not only to...
Team Language – Connection Intelligence

Team Language – Connection Intelligence

Of recent memory, Judith Glaser[1] proposed her theory of Conversational Intelligence, outlining three levels of communication styles, the most productive being “co-creating conversation that transforms and shapes reality together” through mutual trust. Glaser...

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