A.I. Is Learning to Read Mammograms

 

January 1, 2020 – Denise Grady – The New York Times

“Unlike humans, computers do not get tired, bored or distracted toward the end of a long day of reading mammograms…But in some instances, A.I. missed a cancer that all six radiologists found — and vice versa.”

How to redesign government work for the future

 

August 5, 2019 – William D. Eggers, Amrita Datar, David Parent & Jenn Gustetic – Deloitte

“As humans and intelligent machines working together becomes the norm in the workplace, organizations have an opportunity to maximize the potential of both.”

Andrew Yang: Yes, Robots Are Stealing Your Job

 

11/14/19 – Andrew Yang – The New York Times

“Automation doesn’t just affect millions of factory workers and truck drivers. Bookkeepers, journalists, retail and food service workers, office clerks, call center employees and even teachers also face the threat of being replaced by machines.”

AI May Not Kill Your Job—Just Change It

 

10/31/19 – Wired – Sara Harrison

“In the study, researchers divided the listings into three groups based on the advertised pay, then examined how different tasks were being valued. What they found is that how we value tasks may be starting to change.”