Tim Warren, the digital baby midwife, joins me today to tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming ‘digital-employee’-revolution.
Tim Warren, a former executive at Goldman Sachs, JBWere and others, is one of three founders of a company called Ambit. This firm is responsible for some of the very life-like digital employees that you’re now finding at places like Vector, AirNZ, Noel Leemings, and ANZ. Tim is a people person, who loves books, playing jazz drums, and keeping himself busy as a Dad of two.
Digital employees, (aka by their rather derogatory term: Chatbots), have the power to change the workforce. This episode isn’t about the potential for this AI-infused tech revolution to induce mass unemployment however, it’s about the other side of the equation. So, I have a few questions:
How well will large firms adopt this new technology? What opportunities are there for disruption?
What kind of short-term/long-term costs will business wear if they are unwilling to adapt?
Should I now be assessing ‘digital-employee’ openness when making investment decisions?
What would it look like if a digital employee worked for you and for me – with the sole aim of building your wealth?
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