AI creates workforce disruption rather than destruction : It won’t be the death of jobs.
- Priyakshi Goswami & Anshumali Mehta
- February 5, 2023
“The robots are coming for your job, too” – is the current mainstream outcry, or could we say paranoia? New artificial intelligence and robotic technologies are fueling fears that automation will cause widespread unemployment. The debate of automation causing potential mass unemployment has been hounding the AI community for the past decade. People tend to […]Read More
The inevitable mass unemployment
- Quinn Scot & Myrte Kuipers
- February 5, 2023
How AI will conquer the job market Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a topic of discussion for many years, with its impact on society being both positive and negative. While many have touted its ability to automate tasks and increase efficiency, one of the most significant, even though often overlooked, concerns about AI is its […]Read More
Cancelling Robbogeddon – Why AI Won’t Make Human Labor Obsolete
- Paola Feil & Mitchell Dior
- February 7, 2022
“The changes are so profound that, from the perspective of human history, there has never been a time of greater promise or potential peril” Klaus Schwab, author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution Humanity is experiencing a time of rapid technological development. Advances in Artificial intelligence (AI) and its ability to augment automation are seen as […]Read More
Will Artificial Intelligence make people “useless”?
- M.L. Knierim & L.C. Macken
- February 5, 2022
Throughout the course of human history, society has changed drastically, and with it, the way we work. Numerous challenges as well as innovations forced people and society to adapt to the new reality. For example, the industrial revolution enabled people to move out of mechanically repetitive jobs and lead to an uptick in cognitively stimulating […]Read More
Will AI-induced automation destroy the job market?
- Omer Kirmaz & Leonard Classon
- February 4, 2022
The cognitive and behavioral capabilities of an artificially intelligent (AI) agent are increasing rapidly. It has already been over half a decade since algorithms started performing better than humans on labeling the content of images online. This might seem a trivial task (it really is not — image labeling is the foundation of computer vision), […]Read More
Disruption – Why mass adoption of AI could result in a wide-range of unemployment?
- Balázs Borsos & Bartłomiej Boczek
- February 1, 2021
Introduction Hollywood and the popular mediums like to play with the idea of self aware robots rising to overthrow us in the distant future. However, what we sometimes fail to recognize is that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction. While we still have a long way to go until we reach Artificial General […]Read More