Thanks to the Economist Impact and speakers for the utmost instructive discussions on 27 and 27th February 2024 in HK
👉 AI perceived as apocalypse due to the nature, fast pace/speed and scope of implementation
👉 AI is still perceived by most of employees as a threat to job security
👉 While 78% of the attendees thought that AI will change the way they operate, 10% thought it would not be the case and 12% were undecided
I personally think that AI is a revolution but not an apocalypse and that it may benefit as a "co-pilot" to many industries and jobs (although, granted, the term co-pilot may sound limitating, but less threatening).
Yes, AI may lead to some jobs disappearing, but!
- This has been the case in the past with many inventions
- This is a great opportunity to free up some time to focus on other tasks
- This does not take away the accountability of people, especially in the decision-making process!
Check out the Economist impact report on exploring scenarios until 2030 on my Resource page https://www.amc-advisory.com/resources