Coming-of-age technology, known as artificial intelligence, is blowing a heavy wind across the world, raising dust in various spheres and generating intellectual discourse among scholars about the fate of humanity.
The assertion that “robots are taking over” is a bitter pill to swallow as it creates panic among employees. The 2017 McKinsey Global Institute Report reiterates this assertion, revealing that, by 2030, a good number of people will be forced to acquire new skills because their jobs will be performed by machines. Findings from WorkMarket’s 2020 In(Sight) Report: What AI and Automation Really Mean for Work reveal that employers may not be bothered, on the contrary, if they are open to the prospects of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Author: Harry Kabadaian