What it might be like to have an artificially intelligent boss

TOKYO — With the advent of new technologies and industries, a paradigm shift is taking place in the way companies compete and people work. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is becoming increasingly smart and is widely expected to be a particularly significant game changer. Ernst & Young Institute, a Tokyo-based think tank, predicts that Japan’s AI-related market will expand 23 times to 86.9 trillion yen ($798 billion) in 2030, compared with 2015. Artificially intelligent president AI’s intelligence is now growing at an accelerated pace, as evidenced by the recent defeat of a South Korean Go champion by his computer opponent. So don’t laugh if your company hires an artificially intelligent president, whether on computer screens or in robot form; it might fire you. An artificially intelligent entity could start serving as…


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