Workers with college degrees and specialized training once felt relatively safe from automation. They aren’t.
Contract drivers say algorithms terminate them by email—even when they have done nothing wrong.
The Neuralink whitepaper released in 2019.
Elon Musk's Neuralink presentation at a July 2019 press conference.
Millions of Americans Have Lost Jobs in the Pandemic—And Robots and AI Are Replacing Them Faster Than Ever
How coronavirus has accelerated the replacement of humans for safety reasons, and its potential ramifications on the work landscape.
A study by an MIT professor finds that for each additional robot per thousand workers reduced the national employment-to-population ratio by 0.2%, disproportionally affecting some parts of the US more than others.
The second annual report examine where jobs are being created as a result of AI and where in the US they are being created.
Some workers may be more exposed to artificial intelligence than previously thought. But worry more about automation’s threat to less skilled employees.
U.S. retailers large and small are pressing ahead with testing the use of artificial intelligence to track what products shoppers pick up and to automatically bill their accounts when they walk out the door, eliminating the need for checkout lines.