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Rocky Scopelliti – Dynamic Business

Futurologist | Professor | Best Selling Author | Board Director | Chief Scientist

How to identify repetitive tasks ready for automation?

In this edition of Let’s Talk, our experts delve deep into the repetitive tasks that are prime candidates for automation, providing valuable perspectives on how automation can free up human resources for more strategic and value-driven endeavours.

Let’s Talk.

Professor Rocky Scopelliti, Futurologist,

“As we navigate the future of work, automation emerges as a transformative force. Leveraging artificial intelligence and digital technologies, we can streamline myriad tasks, creating efficiency while unburdening our human resources. Within offices, administrative chores like data entry and routine human resources functions, such as payroll and initial recruitment screenings, are ripe for automation. This shift isn’t limited to office environments: retail experiences advanced self-checkout systems, while warehouses are capitalising on robotics for sorting and storage.

“Even the banking sector is witnessing a shift, with digital transactions diminishing the demand for traditional, in-person interactions. Crucially, this isn’t about replacing humans but elevating them. By automating repetitive tasks, we free individuals to focus on higher-value, strategic activities, fostering innovation, creativity, and personal growth. However, it’s essential to approach automation with foresight, ensuring we invest in reskilling our workforce, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. In doing so, we don’t just increase productivity; we enhance human potential.”