Michael Osborne

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Ten years ago we published a paper, “The Future of Employment”, highlighting how artificial intelligence (AI) was broadening the scope of what computers could do, and so broadening the possibilities for automation. The prevailing narrative at the time was that the era of the “average” worker was ending, with machines progressively replacing routine and administrative jobs. Highly skilled professionals were the ones reaping the benefits, as computers made them more productive and enabled them to sell their services locally and around the world. A decade on, what is known as generative AI seems to be disrupting such trends: the era of “average” is making a comeback.…  Seguir leyendo »