AI Is the Next Workplace Disrupter—and It’s Coming for High-Skilled Jobs

  • “Although the U.S. has six million fewer factory jobs than it did in the late 1970s, it has 62 million more total jobs, primarily due to the growth of the service sector.
  • The study found holders of bachelor’s degrees are five times as likely to be exposed to some effect of artificial intelligence as those with just high-school diplomas.
  • Artificial intelligence—programming machines to think more like humans—is expected to alter how Americans work on a scale similar to the impact of robotics and desktop computers. But employees affected by it are much more likely to be in management or professional roles than laborers turning screws or filing papers.”

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