New book points out ways AI can help us be better at creativity and critical thinking, what we humans do best.
From agriculture to transportation, entertainment to medicine, and banking to social media, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing how humans do practically everything. We experience AI in our daily lives through our fitness trackers, home digital assistant systems, and curated news services, to name a few examples. For talent development, this is no different.
The fields of artificial intelligence and talent development have been on a collision course for decades, and their convergence has already occurred. It has just taken many in our profession some time to recognize this fact. On the horizon, AI-powered innovations are transforming the workplace and the role of the talent development professional, affecting recruiting to training to compensation. As such, there are actions TD professionals should take now to prepare ourselves and our organizations for the evolving AI revolution.
In AI in Talent Development, Margie Meacham describes the benefits, uses, and risks of AI technology and offers practical tools to strengthen and enhance learning and performance programs. In layman’s terms, Meacham demonstrates how we can free time for ourselves by employing a useful robot “assistant,” create a chatbot for specific tasks (such as a new manager bot, a sales coach bot, or new employee onboarding bot), and build personalized coaching tools from AI-processed big data. She concludes each of the six chapters with helpful tips and includes a resource guide with planning tools, templates, and worksheets.
Meacham dispels fear of AI’s black box―the term used to describe its unknowability and opacity―and points out ways AI can help us be better at creativity and critical thinking, what we humans do best.
You’ll find the book available on Amazon.
For readers who want even more of Meacham’s accessible, lively writing and practical insights, ‘Chatbot Revolution Online: Merging Neuroscience and AI for a New Way of Learning’ is the latest workshop available from the brain training expert. The tutorial will help leaders, sales professionals, teachers, trainers, athletes and artists like you to maximize performance by employing fresh concepts. The neurological effects also enable you to build more fulfilling personal relationships.
Margie Meacham’s first book, ‘Brain Matters: How to Help Anyone Learn Anything Using Neuroscience’ is an accessible guide to cognitive function which allows readers to realize their full learning potential. The LearningToGo blog also lists informative articles on topics including virtual and augmented reality and human responses to scarcity and abundance.
With the latest announcement, LearningToGo continues to expand its range of high-quality learning resources for individuals looking to gain a comprehension of cognitive behavior.
Meacham is available for interviews, podcasts, keynotes and custom workshops.
Ready for the cognitive function solutions you and your organization deserve? Write Margie at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.learningtogo.info/