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    Vikshita Vitthal Gujaran in News

    01 Mar 12:29 PM


    Big misconceptions about AI creating mass unemployment

    A global job takeover won’t be as slow and controlled as many think, but in the end, maybe it’s not such a bad thing, according to ‘Surviving AI’ author Callum Chace.
    Artificial intelligence will inevitably replace jobs en masse, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing, argues Calum Chace, author of Surviving AI and co-host of the London Futurist podcast.

    Speaking on a panel at the Beneficial Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) Summit in Panama — attended by Cointelegraph reporters — Chace presented five major misconceptions about AI’s impact on the future of work.

    The first misconception is a long-held belief that machines taking over everyone's jobs could “never happen,” stated Chace.

    Chace believes AI advancements would have the same sweeping effect as factories and cars that eventually replaced “muscle jobs” in the past — though this time, it would impact “cognitive jobs.”

    Source - Coin Telegraph