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The robots are taking our (unloved) jobs: how AI can save you from the tyranny of admin

The robots are taking our (unloved) jobs: how AI can save you from the tyranny of admin
Thursday 18
6:32 2019

Machines are very good - and faster than humans - at tasks like data entry, freeing up people to perform more fulfilling roles. Photograph: Westend61/Getty Images Spare a thought for all those poor cyborgs and androids. When they were merely exterminating the human race, as portrayed in countless sci-fi films, we looked upon them in awe and admiration. But now, faced with the prospect of robots stealing our jobs, we’ve come to loathe them. The effect that AI and machine learning will have on jobs, however, is likely to be more nuanced than many internet scare stories would have you ...

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Summary: Machines are very good - and faster than humans - at tasks like data entry, freeing up people to perform more fulfilling roles. Photograph: Westend61/Getty Images Spare a thought for all those poor cyborgs and androids. When they were merely exterminating the human race, as portrayed in countless sci-fi films, ...

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