Predicting the Long Term Impact of Automation and AI

 

Millions of people are unemployed, yet companies in every industry are struggling to find workers. Whether it’s a dispute about wages or employee dissatisfaction, companies are turning to AI to deal with the unpredictability in the workforce. As moves are being made to make AI implementation more widespread, what will be the long-term ramifications? And will people’s fears about their positions being eliminated come true? We’ve asked Dr. Raman K. Attri to share his thoughts on the shift towards artificial intelligence.

But where will this leave unionizing efforts, especially in Big Tech and blue-collar manufacturing? Dr. Attri has some thoughts on where things will land.

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