The world has moved from revolution in the revolution-and this, of course, has brought pros and cons. For example, in the industrial revolution there were fears for the jobs of the people, because many of the processes began to be automated and this to leave the old way of doing things, with the consequential dismissal of many people. Today perhaps we are already living the revolution of Artificial intelligence, and without a doubt that will displace a lot of people in jobs that they could well be replaced by intelligent machines. However, a study by the Global Forum of the Economy indicates that in the next 5 years, the AI and robotics will generate about 60 million jobs.
It is clear that machines will outstrip humans in terms of the performance of tasks in the places dd work for 2025, but there will still be -says the Global Forum of the Economy – about 58 million net new jobs that will be created in the next five years.
The development of the technologies of automation and AI could see displaced some 75 million jobs, according to the above-mentioned report of the WEF (World Economic Forum). However, other 133 new jobs and roles may emerge from companies that would work on par with robots and humans, making the total jobs created would be 58 million.
At the same time, there would be a “significant shift” in quality, place and format of the new roles, according to the WEF, which seems to suggest that the jobs permanent, full-time, might decline. Some companies may choose to use temporary workers, specialists, and contractors, while others may find s9mplemente automate their tasks. All this would imply, then, that the workers would have to acquire new skills for their future work when the machines begin to be common in the workplace.
It is expected that the machines will only play in 42% of the existing jobs at the work sites for the 2022, compared to 29% now, according to the study by the WEF. It is expected that the human work 58% of the hours present for the 2022.
The AI and its impact on work is a topic that is debated and many experts have predicted that machines will replace millions of employees in the next decade. But what is usually ignored is that as well as the machines will make some things better in the duties typical of an employee, there will be the creation of millions of jobs from the own AI that you must keep working and progressing.
An analysis of a firm’s global audit, PwC, made a similar prediction. Indicated that the AI and robotics, as well as other forms of automation, could trigger productivity and create better products and services. While other jobs may be displaced or change their nature. Also, it will create new jobs and long-term the effect will be definitely positive.
The report of the WEF is based on a survey of officials of human resources, executives, strategies, and CEOs of more than 300 global companies in a wide field of industry. The respondents represent over 15 million employees and 20 emerging economies or in development that collectively represent 70% of the global economy.
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