Might and mind. Manpower VS artificial intelligence in technological era
Artificial intelligence will kill off certain professions, but it will also create many more. Is this really true? New technologies have always pushed people out of the labor process, but at the same time this has given rise to other tasks that only people can handle. Though artificial intelligence has generally had only limited application, such as robotic arms on assembly lines or other relatively simple and repetitive tasks, new developments in the field of AI are changing the whole market. Today's AI technologies have taken on a predictive function, anticipating and using market trends, and constituting robotic labor.
Will future generations work to serve machines? Or will humanity find itself new employment in a fully robotized world?
SAP Innovation Center Israel