The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods in the past decade, along with the realisation that automated AI tools can outperform even top-level human experts at some tasks, has given rise to the hope that AI may soon be able to take over many of the functions of a manager. But can AI really do that? Dr Debashis Guha (Associate Professor and Director – Machine Learning, SP Jain School of Global Management) shares his insight in an article published in Daily Pioneer, a news portal.
In the article, he highlights, “AI tools are already available that can take a description of a business environment, its laws of evolution, and the set of actions that the manager can take and find a sequence of actions that minimises cost or maximises rewards. However, most of these tools are of recent vintage, still have a lot of theoretical shortcomings, and have not been tested extensively under real-life conditions.”
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