69% of routine work currently done by managers will be completely automated by 2024: Gartner
"Currently, managers often need to spend time filling in forms, updating information and approving workflows. By using AI to automate these tasks, they can spend less time managing transactions and can invest more time on learning, performance management and goal setting," Helen Poitevin, research vice- president at Gartner, said.
SCTIMST ties up with Wipro 3D to make automated ventilators
The ventilator system is going to be based on an artificial manual breathing unit...
Amazon launches business selling automated checkout to retailers
Items picked up by a customer and any guests who enter with them will be add...
India under lockdown: Jobs, salaries safe despite disruption, companies tell employees
From paying advance salary to honouring joining date for new joinees, cos going all out to reassure employees.
Home smart home: India's booming home automation market
The smart home market comprises of networked devices and related services that enable automation.
Experts urge India Inc to avoid layoffs, pay cuts during coronavirus outbreak for faster recovery
Experts are of the view that it is the time for India Inc to send across a long-lasting message and it is their duty to provide a sense of security to their workforce by retaining their existing staff members and that can be achieved as any fresh hiring is anyway unlikely to happen at the time.
Companies' recruitment strategy shift to virtual platforms amid coronavirus outbreak
Companies are checking the travel history (official and personal) of the past three months, also their medical history is getting checked. However, if they have any illness, status of illness, track of residence locations, any address update that need to be done is also done.
What will technology jobs look like a decade from now?
Individuals will need to upskill to ensure career longevity even as automation takes over certain jobs. Careers in vogue right now may not even exist a decade later. Blockchain, cryptocurrency, robotics and autonomous vehicles —all emerging technologies — will become mainstream over the next decade, requiring thousands of specialists.
Intelligent automation can give boost to India’s $5 trillion economy quest: Automation Anywhere-EY study
As per the report, the 16% realisation of the automation potential can contribute $365 billion to India’s efforts in becoming a $5 trillion economy.
Share market update: BSE Capital Goods index up; Honeywell Automation surges 12%
The S&P BSE Capital Goods index was trading 0.61 per cent up at 10048.33 .
Delhi-NCR moving towards automated smart homes with T&T Group’s adaptation of digital housing concept
For T&T, digital homes are driving the change.
Productivity in India not at par with global standard, says survey
The ‘Future of Work – Trends at Work and Workplace’ study highlights employer sentiments on the trends that will impact the future of work, enabled by disruptive technologies. The study purports to identify the leading elements impacting the workforce, and its immediate ramifications for organisations.
Automation Anywhere to hire more this year
The San Jose-headquartered company, which is into robotic process automation — or bots — was valued at $2.8 billion in November last year after SoftBank pumped in $300 million.
Average pay hikes for India Inc likely to be around 7.8% for 2020: Deloitte Survey
While the projected salary increment figure reflects an overall simple average, when adjusted for company size (measured via headcount), salary increment decreases to 7.1%. If the IT sector is excluded, headcount weighted projected pay increase drops further to 6.8%. This implies that larger organisations are being more cautious with respect to salary increments.
IBM India opens automation innovation centre in Pune
This is the company’s second automation innovation centre. The first centre was opened in Bangalore in 2017.
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