EDITORIAL — What work will look like in the ‘Age of AI’

Brian Walters demonstrates a robotic arm he built with Roberth Davis at the University College of the Cayman Islands. Our modern age is rife with questions that could have been (indeed, often were) posed by genre writers such as Ray Bradbury, H. G. Wells or Philip K. Dick. We’d like to pose a few of our own: Is it truly safe to put our lives in the “hands” of self-driving cars? Is Amazon’s Alexa spying on our idle chatter? What happens when smart machines become smarter than the people who operate them? Many of the most critical questions brought about by advancing technology are related to work. What will workplaces look like as robots and computers increasingly are deployed to perform tasks that once demanded human intelligence or skill? How…


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