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Artificial Intelligence - Maria Cano
Transcript of Artificial Intelligence - Maria Cano
Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) take over white collar jobs in the near future?
Impact of technology on labor markets
How Susceptible Are Jobs To Computerisation?
General Goal of AI
Benefits of Robotic Automation
Deduction, reasoning, problem solving
Replicate human intelligence
Enhance human-computer interaction/communication.
White Collar Jobs
Professional Managerial Administrative
that makes it possible for a
similar to human
published in 2013
Study and development systems
and devices that can recognize, interpret, process, and simulate human affects
Oxford Martin School
estimated that about
47 per cent of all US jobs
next 20 year.
(Frey & Osborne 2013)
48% said robotic advances will have displaced a significant number of blue and white collar jobs by 2025
Emulate human execution of processes with software and machines
Don’t need sleep
Implemented in weeks
Save labor hours and its costs
Without emotional understanding
To increase income inequality
Motion and Manipulation: Computer vision
Natural Language Processing:
Australian Industry Report 2014, Office of the Chief Economist, Canberra, VIC.
Frey, CB & Osborne MA, 2013, ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs To Computerisation?’,
University of Oxford
, 18 September, viewed 15 May 2015, <http://www.futuretech.ox.ac.uk/future-employment-how-susceptible-are-jobs-computerisation-oms-working-paper-dr-carl-benedikt-frey-m>.
Rodić, A, Jovanović, M, Stevanović, I, Karan, B & Potkonjak, V 2014, ‘Building Technology Platform Aimed to Develop Service Robot with Embedded Personality and Enhanced Communication with Social Environment?’,
Digital Communications and Networks
, 12 March, viewed 12 May 2015, <http://www.futuretech.ox.ac.uk/future-employment-how-susceptible-are-jobs-computerisation-oms-working-paper-dr-carl-benedikt-frey-m>
Smith, A & Anderson, J 2014, ‘AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs’, Pew Research Center, 6 August, viewed 12 May 2015, <http://www.pewinternet.org/files/2014/08/Future-of-AI-Robotics-and-Jobs.pdf>.
(Frey & Osborne 2013)
(Smith & Anderson 2014, pp.1-67)
(Australian Industry Report 2014)
52% predicted innovation will create new industries