How to succeed in the age of AI

How to succeed in the age of AI

AI-powered Robo-Lawyer already performs several legal tasks. (Image courtesy
AI-powered Robo-Lawyer already performs several legal tasks. (Image courtesy

Recent waves of technological innovation will have a deep impact on the labour market due to their rapidly expanding ability to perform human tasks and the declining cost of implementing them. Some of the most disruptive advances occur in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), where machines learn to perform tasks in a similar way to humans.

Hence, AI-powered machines are already making headway in doings tasks once considered out of their reach, and solely in the realm of robots in science fiction.

But where machines win, some human lose. The question, of course, is which one of us is on the losing side.

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