Work has been revolutionized by technology since the industrial revolution. There are many jobs that people have never heard about due to replacement by technology and the people with these past careers moved on to a more efficient society. For example, milkman, young men who deliver fresh milk daily door to door were replaced by the invention of the refrigerator. The ice-cutters were replaced by the invention of freezers. Knocker-uppers were replaced by alarm clocks. Switchboard operators were replaced by telephones. Travel agents were replaced by the invention of the internet. Video rental employees in Blockbuster were replaced by Netflix.
With every technological advancement, there were people willing to adapt and ones who were too stubborn. Of course, those who were willing to adapt eventually win out the ones who refused to change. As an entrepreneur, one must adapt and adjust to the market and the times. Here are a few ways your business could adapt to AI.
Maybe there are daily small tasks that you don’t want to do, such as scheduling and booking. Make Alexa or Siri do that for you. There are also AI virtual assistants who do it as well.
Think about how your company operates-
Write an operational manual and think about the ways to replace whatever you can in your operation with AI.
Have better insight-
Collecting data for your company but had been too overwhelmed by other tasks to find patterns in your data? Utilize AI for that.
Utilize AI at HR
HR is about to be revolutionized by AI. No longer would recruiters spend most of their days scanning for candidates to interview and spending the next part of their days scheduling interviews. There are many AI tools out there from scanning candidates to scheduling interviews with them to make your hiring process easier.
Use a Chatbot-
No longer are chatbots only available to large corporations. You can employ chatbots in your daily life and your company to answer repetitive questions.
Adapt to make your life and business more productive. You should be spending your time to focus on things that actually matter instead of focusing on some frivolous tasks that should be replaced by a robot.