Despite the predictions of artificial intelligence taking over millions of jobs, it is the employers who need to be at stake. The deficit of AI professionals is merely a part of the challenge, says research. Although AI is predicted to replace tens and hundreds of employees working towards a shared mission with a single solution, however, behind all these predictions, they are meant for a longer term. Probably twenty to thirty years down the line.
An analysis conducted by PwC’s automation study says that stressing on AI and ruling out saying that it is the main cause for mass unemployment is not radical. This technology is not smart enough to conduct any task on its own. According to the study, an analysis was done taking in 29 countries into consideration, and the result, a mere 1% of the jobs will lose to automation that included AI as a subset.