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  • People aren't willing to fully rely on AI tech
  • People aren't willing to fully rely on AI tech
    Re:publica (2017) ©
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People aren't willing to fully rely on AI tech

AI’s foray into white-collar pattern-spotting professions like investment banking, retail buying, and even cancer diagnosis could challenge the security of many white-collar jobs. Despite the bright future for automation, people still would still rather trust a human, even if they’re wrong.

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