It was once the stuff of sci-fi but Artificial Intelligence (AI) is about to transform the world of work forever. A recent report by the Office For National Statistics found that 1.5 million jobs in England are at high risk that some of their tasks and duties will become automated in the near future.
Hospitality is likely to be at the forefront of that change. Aside from in a few high profile hotels in tech-hungry Japanese cities, humanoid robots are unlikely to be checking in guests anytime soon, nor are they likely to impact negatively on levels of hospitality recruitment. Instead, AI is already starting to streamline how hotels operate, freeing staff from time-consuming administrative duties and allowing them to spend more time catering for the needs of customers.
Here are four ways AI is already being used within the hospitality sector.
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A number of food and drink trends dominated the year of 2016, this could have been in street food markets, on various menus or even on social media. So we decided to delve in and find out what those were. Read on to find out!
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The role of a Sous Chef is one of the most sought out positions in the culinary industry.
A Sous Chef is the second in command in the kitchen, below the Executive Chef.
The role of Sous Chef involves significant responsibility, as the Sous Chef must have the capability of leading other workers in the kitchen, remain organised and professional, and report vital information to the Executive Chef.
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The first reduction made to spirits duty by the UK government in almost two decades, last March, and the Scottish Whisky Association (SWA) are calling for another 2% drop to the whisky tax.
The hospitality industry is supporting the calls made from whisky chiefs for a cut to Scotch excise duties in next month’s budget.
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