Sep 15, 2017

09/15/2017: AI could make full-time work a thing of the past

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As machine learning becomes more prevalent, the conversation about robots taking our jobs gets more intense. Marketplace Tech host Molly Wood talks to Roy Bahat, head of Bloomberg Beta, which has been studying technology’s effect on the future of work. He said, robots or not, jobs are changing, and we should shift company culture and benefits along with them.

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"Whole professions could wink out of existence," a conversation on the future of work

Sep 15, 2017
As AI changes the nature of employment and professions, how does society adjust?
There is a lot of uncertainty in the future, and the possibility of automation for most professions, said venture capitalist Roy Bahat.
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As machine learning becomes more prevalent, the conversation about robots taking our jobs gets more intense. Marketplace Tech host Molly Wood talks to Roy Bahat, head of Bloomberg Beta, which has been studying technology’s effect on the future of work. He said, robots or not, jobs are changing, and we should shift company culture and benefits along with them.

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