Artificial Intelligence Could Leave Half The World Unemployed In Just 30 Years

Artificial intelligence could leave more than half of the world unemployed within 30 years, according to one expert. Current technologies already have the potential to automate a surprisingly large percentage of most tasks performed by human workers today, and advances in the field could have devastating effects on occupations across the board. Rice University computer scientist Moshe Vardi believes that we are rapidly approaching a point where machines, and artificial intelligence, will be able to perform virtually any task just as well, or even better than, a human. According to a press release available from Phys.org, Vardi has postulated that, within 30 years, advances artificial intelligence could leave more than 50 percent of the world unemployed. “We are approaching a time when machines will be able to outperform humans at…


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