Opinion

AI will not destroy jobs; but create new ones
Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk
Artificial Intelligence will not destroy jobs, but create new ones, says Kevin Kelly, founding executive editor of Wired magazine in this TED talk (13 minutes). He argues that intelligence is not uni-dimensional like a musical note; it's much more like a symphony, with lots of different types of intelligence - deductive reasoning, spatial intelligence, emotional intelligence, etc. When we create AI, we will have specific types of AI that enhance human capabilities rather than overpower them. AI will be a utility that will be distributed over the cloud, adding intelligence to everything we do, leading to the 2nd industrial revolution. This revolution will create new categories of jobs that we didn't know we wanted to do before. The full talk here.

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