Organizational resilience professionals are entrusted with safeguarding an organization's ability to endure adversity and disruptions. Artificial intelligence (AI) has shown promise in enhancing these capabilities but also raises concerns. It is essential to understand the potential pitfalls associated with the growing reliance on AI in this context. Diminished Human Decision-Making The use of AI in organizational resilience can streamline processes and provide data-driven insights. However, there is a risk of diminishing human decision-making. Over-reliance on AI may lead to a loss of control over critical resilience strategies. Professionals should carefully balance automation with human judgment. Automation Bias AI systems operate…
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