EMEA Recruitment is proud to be working in collaboration with St. Gallen University’s Institute of Cognitive Automation to bridge the gap between humans and machines.
This research intervention is working with project leaders across Switzerland’s leading businesses, who want to help close the gap between automation and human augmentation.
We know that 70% of digital transformations within businesses fail, but the failure rate has actually increased with technology. St. Gallen University has found that 85% of Data Science projects add no value to a business.
We know that the Future of Work is not solved by one company. Therefore, St. Gallen University’s Cognitive Automation Institute has worked with us to find companies who want to optimise human augmentation.
Project leaders from these businesses are now participating in research to find out where and how they’re going wrong.
The project is broken down into two phases:
Phase 1: Structured Interviews
All participants will receive the critical human and machine teaming design criterion, using a method of inquiry to identify the design challenges in cognitive automation.
Phase 2: Empirical Study
For selected companies, a human and machine solution that addresses the criterion would be defined at a pragmatic level, e.g. process level or judgment level. To impact the company on the criterion identified.
We are delighted to be collaborating with St. Gallen University’s Dr. Chantelle Brandt Larsen on this research.
We look forward to supporting the Institute of Cognitive Automation and our partner businesses throughout this research project, and to working towards a human and machine solution to change the Future of Work.
You can read more about our ongoing partnerships here: https://www.emearecruitment.eu/partnerships
If there is anything you’d like to discuss with us or for more information, please contact our Director – BI & Data, Mark Dowsett.