Faethm: the predictive analytics platform
driving economic and social value
from emerging technologies


Emerging technologies, such as AI and Robotics, will bring opportunities and wealth to industries and communities worldwide. They will also automate some jobs, augment others and create many new roles.

The Faethm platform shows how technological disruption will create value and affect your organisation, by applying world-leading R&D and our proprietary analytics to your own commercial and workforce data. The platform's modelling, scenario and decision support tools help leaders drive significant commercial and human value, immediately and over time.

The Faethm Analytics Engine

The Faethm analytics engine integrates expert elicitation with machine learning to predict the impact of emerging technologies on the skills and roles of your organisation, industry or geography. These analytics are delivered via a SaaS product platform to underpin business model, operating model, strategy, policy and transformation programs and scenario planning.

Technology Attribution Model

Faethm defines how emerging technologies (Process AI, Social AI, Fixed Robotics, Mobile Robotics, Advanced Materials) will impact work over time, informed by expert panels, crowd-forecasting and applied data science. Faethm identifies technology driven opportunities and risks in your organisation.

Work Attribution Model

Faethm defines work mapped to the Standard Classification of Occupations and O*NET, and benchmarks 1000’s of organisations, analysing roles and skills to predict the likelihood and impact of automation over time.

Job Neighbourhood

Faethm clusters similar roles across your organisation, identifying skill gaps between high and low risk roles and analysing transition options. Faethm presents job corridors for employees to move through to future proof their skill sets, thereby reducing the human costs of automation and increasing productivity.



Most Business Leaders Are In The Dark About The Impact Of Automation On Staff


February 26, 2018

which-50 brand

"Automation projects are often underway without a complete understanding of the impacts on the workforce. In many companies, automation is a board-level discussion and priority, but strategic workforce planning isn’t."

Tech startup exec reveals why AI and robotics aren’t always coming to get your jobs


February 15, 2018

CIO brand

"We’ve set out to build a platform, a technology solution that gives business leaders and policy-makers alike a tool they can scenario-plan with, and make decisions with as they maneuver their workforce through this issue."

Flexibility, creativity, resilience key to future work

Financial Review

December, 2017

Michael Priddis, CEO of Faethm

"Greg Miller says there is a huge demand for solid data on how many jobs are going to be impacted by automation as business leaders begin to understand the issue."

The rise of machines has long been feared with automation taking over jobs in so many industries.
7 News, Sydney
November, 2017

The robots are coming

Australian Institute of Company Directors

October, 2017

Michael Priddis, CEO of Faethm

Artificial intelligence and digitalisation are transforming the business landscape. Company Director maps out the issues that boards will be facing.

Future business in mind as Greg Miller joins Sydney-based start-up Faethm

Australian Reseller News (ARN)

September 28, 2017

Greg Miller

Greg Miller has joined Sydney-based start-up, Faethm, with the remit of helping build tomorrow’s businesses from the research and development of new technologies available today.

Five business trends of the robot revolution.
September 27, 2017

Carolyn Colley, COO Faethm, talks to Sky News about the genesis of Faethm and the importance of the platform on the future of work. Tuesday 22 August 2017

Analytics platform Faethm (previously called Tandem) to help plan for automation, job loss

The Australian

August 4, 2017

"As the prospect of mounting job losses from automation looms, one Australian company wants to prepare businesses for the future..."

Australia unprepared for automation of its workforce

Australian Financial Review

July 31, 2017

Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy Ed Husic and Faethm CEO Michael Priddis argue that government and industry need to collaborate to deliver value and avoid the risks of automation.

Watch Chris Bowen, the Australian Federal Shadow Treasurer, cite data and insights from Faethm (previously Tandem) in a landmark speech on innovation and technology, Friday 5th May, 2017.

Note: Faethm was earlier known as Tandem

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