How will Artificial Intelligence impact the labour market, which jobs will be replaced and what will it mean for society, within the next decade?

University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för informationsteknologi

Abstract: This study examines the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Labour Market within the next decade. Methods and limitations in the technology and their correlation to work, as well as the possible developments likely to be seen in the coming decade, is presented. It also looks at whether Artificial General Intelligence (a system that meet human performance in all fields) could be invented in the next ten years. So far, methods like machine-, deep- and reinforcement learning has resulted in systems that sometimes exceed human performance but are narrow in skill and proficiency. Meaning that AGI is very unlikely to be achieved before 2030. AI is estimated to replace work in the production-, service-, care- and welfare-, transport-, and warehouse sector. The conclusion, however, is that transformation will happen in a pace such that society will be able manage it without the changes causing mass-unemployment.

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