Humans and robots

How to create a better future together?

 

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By Tanguy Feuillet

SKEMA Business School

Lille, France

 


 

ABSTRACT

Going beyond liability of robots, this research aims to propose and explore best ways to create a society where “emerging technologies” are smartly and fully integrated in our societies. It is necessary to clarify their integration to try to give an objective background to reflect on their liability.

Keywords: Contracts, Robots, AI, Artificial intelligence, Liability, responsibilities, future, Workplace

INTRODUCTION

Today we are experiencing an unprecedented revolution in the labor market. With the emergence of robotization and artificial intelligence, humans are pushing the boundaries of productivity and research.[1]

All sectors are affected by this phenomenon. In previous labor market revolutions, jobs that could be described as “more intellectual” were spared, but today robots are able to think and analyze more quickly than humans. This phenomenon can be observed, for example, in the banking sector. Trading rooms, once full of agitation and human beings speculating on stocks, are now full of computers that make all day predictions of changes in values.

Western societies and even all the countries of the world are undergoing a profound transformation and today we have already adopted a very serious and advanced robotization of society. For example, today in South Korea, one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, people are already thinking about putting an end to physical money. Robots and artificial intelligence are beginning to control all sectors of the economy.[2]

If robots are taking up more and more space in our lives, this is also the case in the field of project management.

Today, robots and artificial intelligence are becoming cornerstones in the success of many projects. They become essential. They become full stakeholders. For example, in IT-projects, artificial intelligence helps project managers to sort data and make it usable. Without this added value, some projects would not be possible.

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Editor’s note: This paper was prepared for the course “International Contract Management” facilitated by Dr Paul D. Giammalvo of PT Mitratata Citragraha, Jakarta, Indonesia as an Adjunct Professor under contract to SKEMA Business School for the program Master of Science in Project and Programme Management and Business Development.  http://www.skema.edu/programmes/masters-of-science. For more information on this global program (Lille and Paris in France; Belo Horizonte in Brazil), contact Dr Paul Gardiner, Global Programme Director paul.gardiner@skema.edu.

How to cite this paper: Feuillet, T. (2019). Humans and robots: How to create a better future together? PM World Journal, Vol. VIII, Issue V, June. Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/pmwj82-Jun2019-Feuillet-humans-and-robots-future-together.pdf

 


 

About the Author


Tanguy Feuillet

Lille & Paris, France

 

 

 

Tanguy Feuillet will graduate in 2020 from SKEMA Business School with a MSc in Project and Program Management at 23 years old. He has a strong international background since he lived in Finland, Brazil and France. Before SKEMA Business School, he did a scientific “baccalauréat” obtained with honors and a scientific preparatory class in a small lovely city called Blois.

With various experiences in Business Development and Headhunting, he will dedicate himself in Business Analysis and IT project management, starting in January 2019, with a permanent contract as Junior consultant in a French consulting company called Telys.

Already certified Prince2 and AgilePM, he will continue next year with IPMA D and PSPO certifications. He was also dedicated in the associative world of his school by creating a multimedia association and threw the Federation of Associations, the organism monitoring all the associations, where he was general secretary.

Born in Châteaudun, a small city in the middle of France, he is now full time in Paris. He is also a high-tech and sport lover.  He can be contacted at tanguy.feuillet@skema.edu or on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanguyfeuillet.

 

[1] Rise of the robots: the implications for legal teams, Lucy Trevelyan, 2017 https://www.ibanet.org/Article/NewDetail.aspx?ArticleUid=9bfea263-fa14-4e88-981f-5efa7b587bd5

[2] South Korea gets ready to embrace coinless society, Zlata Rodionova, 2017 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/south-korea-coinless-society-cash-tender-stores-prepaid-cards-trial-banks-a7694736.html