Artificial intelligence is on the rise, but how will it affect the BIPOC workforce?
By Nate Dillard
Jobs and careers are likely to be impacted by artificial intelligence (AI), with some roles being more susceptible to replacement than others, according to CNBC Make It.
Why it matters: The creation of new jobs has always been faster than the loss of jobs caused by technological advances.
- Rather than fully automating human work, AI is currently being used to augment and support human employees.
- Businesses need to adapt by upskilling and reskilling their employees and creating frameworks for responsible AI use.
The big picture: AI is set to become a bigger part of everyday working life.
What's next: Businesses must embrace AI to drive efficiencies while minimizing time spent on repetitive tasks and maximizing strategic decision making.
The community perspective: Job displacement due to AI could have an impact on Dayton's underrepresented communities. Businesses must put a high priority on upskilling and reskilling programs to make sure these areas don't fall behind.