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AI May Not Be a Job Killer, After All

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AI May Not Be a Job Killer, After All

(Outlet: The Wall Street Journal) Mack Institute Executive Director Valery Yakubovich and Wharton professors Peter Cappelli and Prasanna Tambe, Co-Director, AI at Wharton, have authored a new article in the Wall Street Journal that discusses current research and predictions on how AI adoption will affect the workforce.
Dr. Yakubovich and his co-authors push back on the popular conception of AI as a “job killer” and suggest that a more likely scenario is that AI will create more tasks for workers to do, while also making them more productive.
Read the full article here.

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