94% of CIOs expect workforce to include robots by 2025, survey finds

The rapid evolution of technologies like artificial intelligence will continue to impact the future of the workforce, according to a new survey from OneLogin, a cloud identity and access management platform.

By 2025, AI is predicted to create more than 2 million jobs. The technology is expected to produce more jobs than it will displace, according to the report. Business leaders will be tasked with effectively integrating the power of AI and human resources.

OneLogin asked 100 CIOs from across the globe whether they agree that both robots and humans will make up the workforce by 2025. Survey results showed:

• 64.35 percent — agree
• 20.70 percent — strongly agree
• 5.94 percent — disagree

When asked whether businesses of the future will need to leverage machine learning and AI to predict and rapidly meet the needs of their customers, participants responded:

• 35.6 percent — strongly agree
• 54.4 percent — agree
• 10.9 percent — disagree

To view OneLogin's full report, click here.

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