New Zealand – More than half of employees believe their job will be impacted by artificial …

Daily News View All News 17 August 2016 According to research from international recruitment firm Hays, 56% of New Zealanders ‘definitely’ think their job will be impacted by artificial intelligence (AI) and automation in the next 10 years. In the online poll of 497 workers, a further 24% said that ‘maybe’ their job will be impacted, while the final 20% do not believe their job will be impacted at all. “Rather than destroy jobs, automation and artificial intelligence can be expected to instead change roles, allowing workers to focus on other key areas of their work,” Jason Walker, Managing Director of Hays in New Zealand, said. “Automation and AI will replace or take over the more repetitive and manual aspects of a job, leaving people free to focus on more…


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