stock-photo-digital-composite-of-android-2353577.pngMore than a quarter of HR professionals think artificial intelligence in the workplace will be disrupting and/or displacing most jobs in 10 years, according to a new report.

Slightly less — 21 percent — of HR professionals say they’re excited about AI. When asked to identify the talent management areas that could potentially benefit the most from artificial intelligence, HR professionals’ top pick was training talent, followed by screening talent and workforce planning.

Survey respondents also singled out several skills that may be susceptible to automation. Thirty-six percent of HR professionals cited data collection and processing as a potential candidate for AI technology; 23 percent mentioned analytical/quantitative skills and 22 percent said customer services/administration might be automated.

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