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69% of workers believe that AI will absorb many jobs

Date: February 23, 2024 Time: 22:07:51

Technology and employment, the eternal debate continues today. Three out of four workers, specifically 77%, believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change the way of working in the future and 69% point out that it will replace human work in the most repetitive work functions. These are the main conclusions of a survey carried out by the Hays human resources consultancy among more than 38,000 people.

From Hays they have stressed that “there is a growing expectation that AI will significantly transform our way of working, since it is expected to optimize processes, automate routine tasks and generate new job opportunities in the future”. According to the results of their survey, more than 40% of workers claimed to have used this tool in their work. However, Hays notes that while AI has the ability to efficiently complete repetitive tasks, it has several “limitations” when it comes to human abilities.

According to the results of their survey, more than 40% of workers claimed to have used this tool in their work. However, Hays notes that while AI has the ability to efficiently complete repetitive tasks, it has several “limitations” when it comes to human abilities.

For this reason, Hays has urged companies to, rather than view ChatGPT as a substitute, consider how they can integrate the technologies to free up employees who have more complex skills, ones that AI can’t replicate and are difficult to replicate. achieve in a market with a shortage of skills. Steve Weston

For his part, Travis O’Rourke, president of Hays Canada, explained that in order to integrate generative AI into different work environments, it is necessary to think about what it is going to use it for, and define what tasks could be automated. All this, the impact of ChatGPT and other generative AI technologies in the workplace has been the subject of controversy at a global level, Hays believes that it is an “innovative” opportunity capable of boosting productivity in work environments.

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