80% of those polled said their own job will "probably" or "definitely" still exist at that time

80% of those polled said their own job will "probably" or "definitely" still exist at that time ​Most Americans Think Robots Will Take All the Jobs, Just Not Theirs. Some two-thirds of the Americans believe that in fifty years, robots and computers will "probably" or "definitely" be performing most of the work currently carried out... Continue Reading →

By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent…

By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent of an additional 1.1 billion to 2.2 billion full-time workersToday, about half the activities that people are paid to do in the global economy have the potential to be automated by adapting demonstrated technology. All economies,... Continue Reading →

How automating feedback with AI powered conversations can aid decision making in real-time

How automating feedback with AI powered conversations can aid decision making in real-timeAll systems need feedback to learn, improve and course correct. The autopilot functionality in driverless cars is a perfect example. Sensors measure the desired speed and position of the vehicle — among other indicators — and send that data to control systems which adjust accordingly.Gathering rich, organic... Continue Reading →

Quantum robots are being designed to become the worker of tomorrow

Quantum robots are being designed to become the worker of tomorrow If robots are ever going to start learning, thinking, and creating on their own, they're going to have to go quantum. Robots are still mostly designed to complete specific tasks and aren't learning from their past mistakes. But the coming quantum computing revolution will... Continue Reading →

Robots won’t just be taking our jobs; they’ll be forcing us to confront a major existential dilemma: if we didn’t…

Robots won't just be taking our jobs; they'll be forcing us to confront a major existential dilemma: if we didn't have to work anymore, what would we do?Optimists say that more robots will lead to greater productivity and economic growth, while pessimists complain that huge swaths of the labor force will see their employment options... Continue Reading →

It becomes tempting to reserve the best of ourselves for the short-term gains of work and “automate” the long game…

It becomes tempting to reserve the best of ourselves for the short-term gains of work and “automate” the long game of life.Would you pay someone in the Philippines to answer your email for you — even your personal messages? Or hire strangers on the internet to plan your spouse’s big birthday party? Or throw meat,... Continue Reading →

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