Are we thinking about artificial intelligence all wrong?

Are we thinking about artificial intelligence all wrong?By Troy K. Schneider Jan 28, 2016 The robots are coming. They don’t want our jobs exactly, but work as we know it will be transformed nonetheless. So argues computer scientist Jerry Kaplan, who’s been immersed in the intersection of technology, artificial intelligence and traditionally human tasks for nearly 40 years. The author of “Humans Need Not Apply: A Guide to Wealth and Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,” Kaplan argues that huge changes are indeed underway — they’re just not the ones that are often discussed. First of all, “we don’t automate jobs — we automate tasks,” Kaplan said during a mid-January discussion at Mitre organized by Hooks Book Events. And that process, he argued, has been underway since at least…


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