Is the speed of work surpassing our capacity to keep up, while AI is set to revolutionize our approach to working?

This work trend report from Microsoft 'Will AI Fix Work?' shows that AI is set to completely change how we work, and we need this change now. We're overwhelmed with data and constant communication, which makes it hard to be creative and productive. AI can help by taking over some of this digital burden and boosting innovation.

Microsoft surveyed 31,000 people and found three key points:

1. Digital debt is costing us innovation

2. There’s a new AI-employee alliance

3. Every employee needs AI aptitude

“It’s fascinating that people are more excited about AI rescuing them from burnout than they are worried about it eliminating their jobs.”

—Adam Grant, author and organizational psychology professor

Read the full Microsoft Work Trend Index Report

Will AI Fix Work?

The pace of work is outpacing our ability to keep up. AI is poised to create a whole new way of working.

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