In continuation of Querlo’s interview series, Phoebe Degn, intern at Querlo, spoke with Sydney Johnson, intern at Edge of Yesterday, about the challenges and opportunities in the post-COVID era, as well as the role of Artificial Intelligence in the future.
One challenge that Sydney believes might emerge in the post-COVID era is a loss of communication. All this time spent in isolation has caused people to become more sheltered and for many, has led to a loss in some social skills. People have become so accustomed to speaking with one another through technology both professionally and non professionally, so it might be difficult to make that switch back.
In the future, Artificial Intelligence could be very helpful with search engines and trying to answer questions. With something like Google, you type in one question and then get thousands of results and must search for your answer; however, AI is much more interactive and could help people get solutions faster.
Continuing Querlo’s interview series, Phoebe Degn, intern at Querlo, spoke with Hannah Dourgarian, intern at Edge of Yesterday, about the challenges and opportunities in the post-COVID era, as well as the role of Artificial Intelligence in the future. At the Edge of Yesterday, Hannah assists in producing articles for the website.
When asked about the post-COVID era, Hannah talked about how there will be both challenges and opportunities with the education system. Due to the rapid shift in March to remote learning, many students have fallen behind in school. Additionally, not all schools or students have access to the same materials. The opportunities that arise include ensuring that students have access to more resources, both online and in person.
AI has had a very important role in this pandemic as everything has shifted online. Much of our daily routines are still made possible, such as school, work, doctor’s appointments, and other events are now available to do virtually.
In continuation of Querlo’s interview series, Phoebe Degn, intern at Querlo, spoke with Janae Fouche, intern at the Edge of Yesterday, about the challenges and opportunities in the post-COVID era and the role of Artificial Intelligence. Janae is currently a rising senior in high school and has been writing articles and doing media production for the Edge of Yesterday.
Janae believes many challenges are going to arise in the post-COVID era as people re-adjust to being in public. For a long time many will likely be hesitant to go to public places such as movie theatres and museums because nobody knows who is sick. Additionally, traveling will be adversely affected because countries are dealing with COVID differently. However, Janae discussed how there are many new opportunities for entrepreneurs as people’s creativity is being tested in this world of uncertainty.
When asked about AI, Janae talked about how it will be very prevalent in this new era. Without it, we wouldn’t have all the opportunities that we do today, such as being able to work remotely and still communicate with others during the pandemic. As a whole, our country would not be the same as it is today without AI and its capabilities are only going to increase.
In continuation of Querlo’s interview series, Francesco Rulli, Global CEO of Querlo, spoke with Brianna Carney, Co-founder of CrewBloom, about the challenges that COVID-19 has created and the opportunities that might arise in the post-COVID era, as well as the role of Artificial Intelligence in the future.
CrewBloom is a remote outsourcing company based in the United States that helps affordably connect businesses with remote professionals across the globe. The company caters to industries such as merchant services, advertising, ecommerce, Fintech, and insurance.
COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the workforce as many people have been furloughed or laid off. Additionally, people have become dependent on technology to carry on with their day to day lives. Brianna noted that many challenges have arisen as companies must determine where to cut costs after a substantial loss in revenue. However, there are still opportunities that can emerge as we continue to adjust and adapt to this new era.
When asked about the role that Artificial Intelligence might play in the future, Brianna discussed how it takes time for organizations to adapt to implementing it. Additionally, Artificial Intelligence is something you have to invest in and the cost of adopting it and radically changing the processes and workflows within an organization can’t be done right away. However, given that we’ve overcome radical changes as a result of COVID-19, Brianna believes that people are going to be more open-minded to approaching business in a completely new way. Organizations are being forced to really look at what’s needed and what can be done through technology and then implementing new innovative processes. At CrewBloom, the staff is confident that the dependence on onshore talent and resources is going to continue to dwindle over time.
To learn more about CrewBloom and the services they provide, you can visit their website at www.crewbloom.com or contact Brianna directly through LinkedIN.