There are many experts who talk about AI, most of whom want you to know that robots will destroy close to a billion jobs in the next twenty years ( to more or less ten years). But not everything is bad, some predict in fact that the integration of machinery into the workforce will create jobs. Let's focus on these.
A study conducted in the United Kingdom indicates as much and is enough to convince the Labor politician Tom Watson to adopt the IA. He said The National Scot :
We believe that automation and artificial intelligence can, with the right political framework around it, create as many jobs as there are. It destroys.
It's not the only one. Gartner, a leading analyst firm, says the AI will create more jobs than it will destroy by 2020. And Massimiliano Versace, CEO from the start-up IA Neurala, said Adweek :
humans to devote more time to activities that really matter, allowing us to return to a more balanced lifestyle where work (including some are repetitive and dehumanizing) is not all there is.
happens as a side effect of the apparent arrival of day-to-day AI use. Algorithms are everywhere and, like the Internet or electricity, we are quickly reaching the point of no return. Once the AI is integrated into our lifestyle, there is no way to get rid of it.
But we have already been here. The invention of the steam engine became a hobby and the chainsaw allowed emaciated men to become loggers.
Think of a robot able to return hamburgers. Such a thing will almost certainly replace ̵
Employers will need human workers to support robots because they are not as versatile as us.
Instead of worrying about losing our job, we should implore employers and politicians to adopt policies and regulations that help us get back to our lives
We know, in the United States at least that we are overworked and undervalued. Some AI experts even believe that automation could enable us to improve work / life balance by making a four-day work week feasible
When Thursdays are on Fridays, I think we'll be all agree with the robot revolution. Read more:
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