Automation

A recipe for digital transformation with Deepthi Rajan

We conducted a Q&A interview with Deepthi, Head of Technology Upskilling and Communication (Corporate and Investment Banking Technology) at Société Générale, around digital transformation, automation, and the potential future for technology.

 

Could you introduce yourself and what you do?

My name is Deepthi Rajan. I have over a decade of experience in the technology and financial services space. I’m the Head of Technology Upskilling at Société Générale, an inspiring role I took up early this year.

A Wider Perspective with Google

Our technology and devices are becoming increasingly interconnected, creating the Internet of Things (IoT), but our interaction is no longer device bound it involves a substantial amount of voice interaction, which has created what Google refers to as the 'ambient internet'.

Our partners IQPC and TEX have conducted an interview around the ambient internet and the future of technology with Google's Director of Strategy and Operations, Craig Fenton.

Our Top Tips and Takeaways from this interview:

What's stopping Digital Transformation by Miriam Gilbert

Three misconceptions and one key tip.

No industry is immune to disruption. Are your competitors doing an "Uber"? Are the likes of Amazon, Apple or Google moving in on your territory in Finance, Telecoms, Transportation or Home accessories? And how about those AI's that are replacing accountants, lawyers and doctors?

The Future of Human Resources in the Age of Automation by Max Blumberg

We’ve all seen films where Artificial Intelligence replaces humans on-mass – and much debate swirls around just how much of this could ever be a reality.

Meet Erica – perhaps the world’s most advanced, human-like robot yet. She demonstrates that we may not be too far away from silver-screen-like AI workers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaTfzYDZG8c

Is Future of HR "No HR"? by Manoj Kumar

The workplace is converging, and so are future skill and talent requirements. Today, the auto industry is hiring more electrical and 3D printing engineers than hardcore manufacturing or mechanical engineers. Google is strengthening hardware capabilities further – recently paying $1.1B to acquire 2,000 HTC engineers. Irrespective of the industry and size, Business Intelligence and cloud skills are becoming a norm. It’s a new world with new rules. What does this agile business environment mean for Human Resources? 

The Importance of Automation - Robert Grzeskowiak

InnoGames

Imagine a robot that can play and execute player actions the way people do. It can also find bugs, report them, change input data and check different variations at any time with fast feedback. Sounds like an ideal tester, but isn’t that what manual testers do?

http://blog.innogames.com/the-importance-of-automation