What Will Life Look Like After The AI Revolution?

Artificial intelligence has captured our imagination in a way that very few other pieces of technology can match. Not only does the AI question prompt us to ask ourselves when AI will match human intelligence and intuition, but we also ask ourselves unique and sometimes complicated moral questions. From the abstract like AI autonomy, to the quantifiable like the future of jobs, the fear that AI will replace more than we intended is very real. So with AI ramping up in development and advancements in robotics soaring, what does a real AI future look like and do us humans have any place in it?

On average, one robot does the work of about 5 people. From basic functions like automation to the advanced like air traffic control or self-driving cars, robot intelligence is permeating into some industries that require a human touch, so to speak. Even journalism has seen its early share of robotic writings from AI-generated articles about corporate earnings published by the Associated Press. By 2033, 47% of all US jobs will be at trust of automation from AI, so what’s a future without work going to look like? Logic dictates to us that more automation means less work- the industrial revolution for example resulted in a work week cut from 60 hours to 40 hours as more machines were able to take over repetitive factory work with the assistance of cognitive human labor.

For centuries, human beings have been looking towards a future where technology and humanity are virtually one in the same. Lucky for us we may live in a lifetime when these worlds finally converge. Take a look at this infographic for more on the Future After AI, and what this means for the future of jobs.
What Will Life Look Like After The AI Revolution? - #infographic
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