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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Jobs – Far from killing the jobs of knowledge workers, this tends to free them up to do what they are paid for

“Knowledge work, for the first time, can be produced at volume from NLG-AI systems,” Gould says. “Far from killing the jobs of knowledge workers, this tends to free them up to do what they are paid to do—innovate, model, refine, and improve on the expertise of their business.” Modern Times

“Far from killing the jobs of knowledge workers, this tends to free them up to do what they are paid to do—innovate, model, refine, and improve on the expertise of their business.”

So what exactly should we be looking out for as artificial intelligence becomes more prevalent? We asked the experts to weigh in on where they see AI headed this year.

FOR JOBSEEKERS

Chris Bolte, CEO of Paysa, says AI will drive awareness and action for jobseekers. “Employees will have the ability to use technology to gain this awareness—monitoring their individual relationship to the job market, and when there is a change in that relationship,” he says. Most people aren’t paying attention to the job market until they need to find work. That results in an ad hoc approach to searching and applying for work.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at This Is How AI Will Change Your Work In 2017 | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

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