Read Kathleen Walch’s article in Forbes about how AI is impacting jobs.
AI brings mixed emotions and opinions when referenced in the context of jobs. If you ask the question “Do you think Artificial Intelligence will be a net job killer or net job creator?” to colleagues, friends, or strangers you’re bound to get some very strong opinions on this subject. For sure you will hear an interesting and conflicting set of opinions that range from “AI will destroy all jobs as we know it” to “AI will enable us to work better and do new things we’ve never been able to do”. If you look at various economic and analyst predictions, their assessments are all over the place, ranging from dramatic job losses across most economic sectors to large increases in employment due to dramatic increases in job productivity. Of course, as with everything, the true answer will be somewhere in the middle. There’s no doubt that AI will eliminate the need for many different kinds of jobs in many different categories. But at the same time, AI will create new jobs in categories that we know of, and many more in categories that have yet to be created.
Is AI a job killer? Read the full article here.
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