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The future of the US workforce will rely on AI, but don't count human workers out just yet


October 25, 2019

Katherine Newman, University of Massachusetts Boston

(THE CONVERSATION) Artificial intelligence has replaced many skills in recent years – including the skills needed to do some human jobs.

The tech revolution has not gone unnoticed by American workers. A 2018 Gallup poll revealed that 70% of Americans believe AI will eliminate more jobs than it creates.

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang has sounded the alarm, raising the prospect that millions are at risk for long-term joblessness.

I’m an expert on labor markets in the U.S., and I believe that AI will undoubtedly change the...

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