Poor ergonomics have been linked to a host of physical problems and can have an impact on workplace efficiency. Improving posture and physical habits has been linked to increased worker productivity and reduced errors. A reduction in injuries also saves money for companies, and helps businesses retain healthier and happier employees. However, many companies might overlook this aspect of workplace safety and this is where artificial intelligence can come to the rescue. Meagan Parrish and Blake McGowan, Director of Ergonomics Research for VelocityEHS, discuss.