Artificial intelligence isn’t destroying jobs, it’s making them more inclusive
How will AI affect the future of work? Which will be the most important skills that executives will be hiring for in the future?
In a recent article from The Globe and Mail, they explore what will happen with AI and the future of hiring.
“A new world of work is on the horizon, driven by artificial intelligence. By 2025, the World Economic Forum predicts that 52 per cent of total task hours across existing jobs will be performed by machines. By 2030, up to 800 million jobs could be replaced by technology altogether.
That said, the outlook is far from bleak. Rather than eliminating positions, technology is expected to bring about net positive jobs over the coming decade – but a fact equally as important (and often overlooked) is that artificial intelligence presents an opportunity for a more socioeconomically inclusive career start.”
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