NAIROBI, Kenya, 22nd October 2018 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- As exciting as the emergence of accessible and powerful artificial intelligence may be. There’s no single other exponential technology causing as much uncertainty among governments, businesses, and citizens. While many advanced economies have embraced AI as an integral part of their industrial and manufacturing sectors. Emerging economies are understandably nervous about the effect AI will have on job security, income levels, and economic growth. Analyst firms predict that 30% to 40% of current jobs are at risk of full automation. Pointing all these to a future where millions of workers will be redeployed to new, possibly not even yet invented jobs.
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