PwC UK chairman says competing with AI will push staff back to the office

Emelia Wild, 31/05/2023

According to reports, Kevin Ellis, senior partner and chairman of PwC UK, said staff who have been regularly working from home since the pandemic may see AI as a potential threat to their jobs, leading them to return to the office.

Speaking to 25,000 staff members last week, he said: “The latest wave of AI will likely bring people back to the office. People are going to want to learn from others face to face, and the best way a human can differentiate themselves from a robot is in person....

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