Category: AI

The True Promise of AI: Transform Employee Productivity

I think that we all have heard about Artificial Intelligence and maybe some of us might understand it more profoundly than others but you can look at it from a very simple sentence: Information Programs that simulate human intelligence and/or human behaviors. As it implies the management of the data or looking for a new one for its better functioning.

 AI can work with virtually anything or data that can be digitized, whether its alphanumeric characters, language spoken and written in different languages, static and moving images, sounds, temperatures, and things that can be picked up by a sensor, camera, microphone, mousse, keyboard, or touch device.

With this mentioned we can imagine that AI can be present almost anywhere and involved in various things of our daily lives. Quite useful for certain sectors such as banking, education, medical, industrial and many more.

Artificial intelligence has the ability to revolutionize our workplace and increase profits. It also takes over the repetitive and dangerous tasks of humans, providing enough time for employees to focus their intellect to further improve the business. Artificial intelligence has gradually become the tool that consolidates the ideas of humanism and takes them to the next level.

Have you heard about Technological Humanism?

Technological humanism can be described as a philosophy or ideological current that focuses on the intersection between ethics and technological innovation. In this sense, it defends the responsible use of innovative technology for the benefit of society and promotes innovation through ethical channels that guarantee the development of human beings.

  This ideology aims to put the human being before technology by protecting him and his information. Many times, we give access to our information by accepting the privacy notices that are in the cell phone software, applications, web pages and others.

   “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race” — Stephen Hawking

These are some of the objectives with which technological humanism is formed:

– Pattern recognition for process optimization: Automatation leads to higher production rates, devolp data consistency, increased productivity, reduced lead times, and more…

Error reduction: Increasing accuracy and precision considering opportunities based on previous analyzed data.

– Takes care of repetitive and dangerous tasks: They can provide accurate work with greater responsibility and not wear out easily.

– Time for employees to focus bentheir intellect: AI can do a lot of repetitive tasks as part of our daily work, such as checking documents for flaws and mailing thank-you notes, among other things. Letting humans focused on more creatuve things.

Humanistic Technology at WebToq

AI vs. humanistic technology: Our company, WebToq, was created with precisely this movement in mind: to create humanistic technology. Human beings are naturally social, individualistic and creative beings, destined to extract meaning through interaction with others.

Using automation or artificial intelligence (AI) to remove human agents from business interactions loses the sense of human interaction in general (extracting meaning from other human beings), and loses the potential productivity derived from human creativity specifically. The true potential of AI is to make human interaction faster, cheaper, more productive and more comfortable, but not to replace it.

Our CrozTop platform has been designed with these advantages in mind: allowing consumers to browse websites productively with the help of automation when needed and for as long as possible, and then integrating human agents at the end to complete the transaction and increase satisfaction, basket size and carry out essential consumer education.

The result is a happier, better-educated customer who spends more money compared to a self-navigating customer, and with much less labor involvement compared to a call center transaction.

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