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CEO to robot? The perfect future service touches who's heart

an article written by Louis Alvarez was published on the official website of Davos World Economic Forum on January 7. The CEO of BT global services who took office in 2012 raised a question: will the CEO of the company be replaced by robots in the future? Science fiction is becoming a reality

when danmis hassabis announced on twitter on January 5 that the "master" who won 51 consecutive wins was the upgraded alpha dog, it not only shocked the go world, but also made human society boiling. What is the limit of the development of artificial intelligence? Will robots replace humans? These science fiction problems are coming true. The maturity of robot manufacturing technology makes the intelligent system have a "body" more adaptable to the environment. It is undeniable that the future we look forward to will be with robots

will the CEO of the company be replaced by robots in the future

an article written by Louis Alvarez was published on the official website of the world economic forum in Davos on January 7. With the emergence of emerging economies in the Asia Pacific region and the continuous development of the market, the CEO of BT global services, who took office for 12 years, raised a question about adding some degradable ingredients or photosensitizers to traditional plastics. Ask: will the CEO of the company be replaced by robots in the future

he wrote that with the automation of many agenda activities, will robots be more creative than a human CEO for a conference room? Different from the past, the current era is jointly defined by the evolution of technology, robotics and artificial intelligence. Man has traveled a long way in a very short time. At first, people only imagined the existence of robots between metal parts piles and machining machines. It was not until 1961 that the first batch of programmable robots with digital operation appeared. Later, with the continuous development of sensor technology, commercial and industrial robots have been widely used to deal with those mechanical and repetitive tasks, bringing convenience to people's lives. Other robots have been able to perform tele surgery, make cars, handle warehouse inventory, and even check and serve hotel guests. Daily life has ushered in unprecedented efficiency

the development of AI is obvious to all. It will help robots transcend the current state of simple learning and make them better understand the behavior rules of human society. This means that in the future, robots will make their own decisions in complex situations. When they become smarter, human beings will also give them more challenging jobs, thus freeing the hands of workers and stimulating the vitality of the group

in this context, the media relished a research conclusion published by Oxford University a few years ago, that is, computers will replace 45% of practitioners in the United States, and no industry, from truck drivers to white-collar workers, will be spared. Daniel Kahneman, who won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2002, even guessed that the company's chief decision-maker, such as CEO, would one day be included in this list

robots have some obvious advantages as CEOs

what would happen if there was a robot as the company's decision-maker? Alvarez said that robots would have some obvious advantages as CEOs

first, they will perform their tasks better and be more responsible for the decisions they make. In a company, environmental "noise" can greatly affect the decision-making process. If the CEO has just experienced a bad meeting, or suffers from jet lag syndrome due to traveling, or is involved in personal affairs, he will not be able to make the best decision rationally. But robots will not have the unpredictability faced by humans, and their decisions will be more consistent with the facts. Biological science can also prove this. At the end of last year, scientists proved that there was "dark matter" in human body, and the structure of robot perfectly avoided the influence of this unknown matter on action

secondly, schedule management will no longer be a problem, because robots can work all day, and they do not need sleep, weekends or holidays. No normal person can do this, no matter how much he boasts. According to the latest report of Deloitte & Touche Tohmatsu, 23% of the work requiring high interpersonal interaction can be handled automatically, so the CEO of network office and robot can be realized. When people create CEO robots, they will certainly create more, such as special human-computer interaction software and hardware facilities, to further reduce the company's operating costs

of course, the special skills developed by some senior leaders in their career can not be replaced by robots. Compared with algorithmic thinking, unique critical vision, outstanding reasoning ability and creativity are obviously better. Perhaps humans should accept robots as their colleagues and invite AI to the board office. The future is not a choice between humans and robots. Robots' more meticulous working methods will help humans obtain the best technology and the best self

within the predictable range, automated manufacturing and decision-making will improve social productivity, gather more attention, improve business conditions and sublimate corporate culture. When the company benefits more from this, the decision-making level will also give more concessions and benefits to customers and employees

of course, the CEO of an enterprise, such as yogurt, can be a robot. It can even have no body.

at the beginning of the new year, the National Science Foundation of the United States, together with the Ministry of defense, the advanced research projects agency of the Ministry of defense, the air force scientific research office and other departments, jointly released the national robot program 2.0. Many domestic media and experts have made in-depth interpretation of this plan, and all believe that "cooperative robot" is the top priority of the plan

"cooperative robot" refers not only to robots with human body shape, but also to all automatic machines. In terms of reports, robots work in hospitals, farmland, mines and even Mars. At home, they serve people in the form of washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, intelligent sweepers and robot housekeepers. In the future, factories will use robots that are safer than now, and humans will also cooperate with robot groups

in other words, the program aims to push collaborative robots to a "ubiquitous" position, just like the intelligence people use today. In the future, it is likely that everyone will have a house, a car, a computer, an intelligence and a robot. Whether the robot is a housekeeper or a lover will be decided by people themselves. In such a future, the CEO of an enterprise can certainly be a robot. It can even have no body

technology is constantly changing the way people live, study and work. Decision makers are shouldering an increasingly heavy burden when judging what to do to ensure that people can achieve common prosperity. Therefore, robots need to learn ethics before becoming CEOs. At least we must recognize that the cultural products of human society do not all have correct moral implications

when summarizing the future of robot CEO, Alvarez proposed that the work content of human leaders in the future will be very different from that in the present. When every employee has a robot to help deal with the work, the decision-making level cannot ignore the potential mental problems. For example, too much dependence will bring up social "giant babies" for the company. Inactive personnel are the Achilles' heel of the organization at any time, especially when the market is not optimistic. At this time, human leaders need to participate in and organize activities to stimulate and encourage team members to maintain a positive attitude in the automated process. Some people may question whether the cooperative robot can successfully improve the current world situation, and then change a heavier pendulum and repeat the above steps? The answer is No. current technology cannot do this, but it may be possible in the future

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