Unlocking the Future of Engineering with AIOps roundtable

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Posting date: 30 November 2023

Exploring the future of Engineering with AIOps event

In the world of engineering and architecture, the potential of AI is limitless. AI has the potential to transform your workload, making it not only more manageable but also more effective.

We were delighted to recently host our first AIOps roundtable in our London HQ office, led by Cloud Specialist, Jonathan Horwitz. It was amazing to bring together a range of technology enthusiasts from a range of backgrounds who were eager to explore the AI-driven future of their work.

We opened up the event by introducing everyone in the room. We were delighted to be joined by a range of experts, all within the AI space, including Data Engineers, DevOps Engineers, Architects, Platform Engineers and Machine Learning Analysts from industries within technology, finance and hospitality.

During the discussion, it was agreed that AI is the perfect tool which can be utilised to handle tasks which are mundane, yet crucial for a business. By implementing the use of Artificial Intelligence within the workplace, efficiency is enhanced, enabling employees to redirect their focus towards more high-value work.

Overall the key takeaways were as follows:

A significant challenge in using AI is the occurrence of data hallucinations. This occurs when AI generates links or information pieces that are non-existent. It is imperative that AI-generated content is subject to quality checks, to ensure accuracy and relevance.

A balance is required to responsibly regulate AI. We need to ensure there is an equal balance between innovation and consumer protection, as AI becomes more routinely used in the workplace.

What was clear from the discussion is that a pivotal skillset is needed in the form of Prompt Engineering, which focuses on the structuring of text in a way that can be interpreted and understood by generative AI. This approach may lead to more accessible job roles, where software engineering involves not only coding but rather utilising coding to complement Prompt Engineering.

We would like to extend our thanks to all who attended the event and we look forward to hosting future discussions.

If you would like to find out more, please reach out to our team at Harvey Nash: Jonathan Horwitz and Emmanuel Sackey.

About the Author: 
Jonathan is a Senior Consultant with over 10 years experience specialising in Cloud and Devops requirements. Jonathan along with the Technology Specialisms team provide support and expertise for a range of clients in our portfolio across all industries. He focuses on contractor roles but also has extensive experience in high level placements for Technical Project and Programme Managers. Discover our latest roles here. 

To find out how Harvey Nash can support you with your recruitment needs please click here. 

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