nonroutine

nonroutine

(ˌnɒnruːˈtiːn)
adj
not routine
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Furthermore, by 2022, one in five workers engaged in mostly nonroutine tasks will rely on AI to do a job.
Gartner further predicts that by 2022, one in five workers engaged in mostly nonroutine tasks will rely on AI to do a job.
AI applied to nonroutine work is more likely to assist humans than replace them as combinations of humans and machines will perform more effectively than either human experts or AI-driven machines working alone will.
By 2022, one in five workers engaged in mostly nonroutine tasks will rely on AI to do a jobAI has already been applied to highly repeatable tasks where large quantities of observations and decisions can be analysed for patterns.
The Company does not appear to have sufficiently trained or experienced personnel in its accounting department to afford reasonable assurance to management that nonroutine transactions are recorded, and financial statements are prepared, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles [or another financial reporting framework in use].
It isn't possible to answer this question based on past data, because nonroutine work does not lend itself well to scientific management-style observation, or the standard occupational descriptions as laid down by the O*NET occupational classification system.
Risk management tip: CPA firms should obtain an engagement letter for all engagements, especially high-risk or nonroutine engagements such as tax planning and representing clients in audits by taxing authorities.
The source added that the nature of the weekend maneuver was equally nonroutine because the Army's low-profile and precision operation led to the capture of nine extremists after a minor skirmish.
In this regard, we distinguish between routine and nonroutine turnover and emphasize nonroutine turnover as especially indicative of governance differences among firms.
Table IV demonstrates the respondents' knowledge of the routine and nonroutine performed duties of a licensed dental hygienist.
The contest proper consisted of six nonroutine math problems, each worth seven points, for a possible perfect individual total score of 42.