Monday, June 11, 2018

Embrace AI: Adapt to Change and One Will Survive

There's a must-read over at the Beaulieu brothers' ITR Economics website.  Economist Lauren Saidel-Baker writes in a piece titled "Artificial Intelligence and Automation:  Three Reasons Not to Fear the Robots."

I've written on the topic too--"Fear of Machination is Old Fashioned Thinking."

Saidel-Baker hits home the point that there will be change, but that adapting to change is nothing new.  She makes the case for "embracing" artificial intelligence in manufacturing.

The bottom line is right here:  "The number of new jobs created by artificial intelligence may actually exceed the number of jobs eliminated."

Read the whole piece at

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