When robots and AI come, what jobs will be left?

Experts are divided about the jobs that will be left for humans once artificial intelligence, robotics and automation are fully deployed. If you’re prone to fretting about robots eating your job, or the jobs of your kids, get over it. We will eventually become indistinguishable from robots, says Hiroshi Ishiguro, a professor of robotics at Osaka University. Ishiguro is a pioneer builder of human-like androids and had a cameo role in the 2009 Bruce Willis film Surrogates, in which people lived their lives through remote‑controlled surrogates from the safety of their own homes. In about 100 years, Ishiguro says, only 10 to 20 per cent of us will actually work. The rest will spend time learning how to interact with ever more complex robots in order to be able to…


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