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Will Corona open new horizons for human jobs on the expense of Artificial Intelligence?

by Mohamed Nabil

Dubai – Artificial Intelligence Journalism
Since the announcement of the new Corona pandemic (Covid-19) at the end of last year, the world has become at an economic, health and social threat, as the global economy has fallen to its lowest level in decades, but some see that the Corona crisis has advantages The world is reaping it in the near future, and one of the most important is, as Boston University’s James Bessen says in a report published in the American Enterprise Institute: “Many Jobs were eliminated for a variety of reasons, but few of these were automated away. In many cases, demand for the occupational services declined (e.g., boardinghouse keepers); in some cases, demand declined because of technological obsolescence (e.g., telegraph operators). This, however, is not the same as automation. In only one case—elevator operators—can the decline and disappearance of an occupation be largely attributed to automation. Nevertheless, this 60-year period witnessed extensive automation, but it was almost entirely partial automation.

The writer also pointed out that the Corona pandemic and according to several studies have contributed to undermining the myth of labor robots and artificial intelligence control, Where the writer confirms that the global economy can not do without human workers and Jobs , the machines are still very far from catching human intelligence and ingenuity.

According to a previous report from “PWC” for 2019, artificial intelligence is expected to contribute up to $ 15.7 trillion to the global economy in 2030.

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