May 10 2017 – Dave Wright – Recode
As companies embrace automation to stay competitive, these changes will eventually create more jobs than they destroy. What will change are the skills necessary to perform them.
May 9 2017 – Will Knight – MIT Technology Review
Chinese researchers have developed an algorithm that shows how machine learning could someday help identify cancer.
May 9 2017 – A. Glaser & R. Molla – Recode
Robot sales are up 32% from this time last year and for every new robot added to the workforce, between 1990 and 2007, six jobs were eliminated.
May 8 2017 – Robert D. Atkinson – Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Thirteen key points describing the interaction between AI and employment.
May 8 2017 – R. D. Atkinson & J. Wu – Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
The labor market is not experiencing technological disruption and it is time to start accelerating productivity with more technological innovation.
May 5 2017 – Ray Zinn – Forbes
Many captains of technology are openly predicting the demise of humankind from advancements in automation and artificial intelligence (AI), but the truth is that AI exists to further reduce human toil.
May 4 2017 – Jamie Condliffe – MIT Technology Review
Advanced processes can certainly boost productivity – but they’re unlikely to lead to more jobs in the industry.
May 3 2017 – Tom Simonite – MIT Technology Review
This machine may replace seasonal farm labor.
Apr 28 2017 – Daisuke Wakabayashi – New York Times
This article tells the stories of a travel agent, a robotics expert, an engineer, a customer-service representative and a scriptwriter training robots to do their jobs.
Apr 27 2017 – CBS News
A video showing innovations in automation for the retail industry.