What happens when devices feed us information automatically and constantly anticipate what we need?
Augmented intelligence is about leveraging computing power to help us tackle a greater number of information, problems, and tasks more quickly, simultaneously and effectively.
We spend much of our time seeking and processing information to make decisions. Infusing our limited cognitive capabilities with potentially infinite computing power that can intelligently source, sense, scan, track, and interpret data offers the promise of amplifying our productivity immeasurably.
With the ever-expanding potential of computers, connected devices, and virtual reality interfaces, the promise of augmented intelligence looms large.
What will augmented intelligence mean for work? Will it reduce the need for knowledge workers? What then remains the basis for human advantage? What can we do to leverage this capability and heed its limitations?