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AI: The mirror we don’t recognize ourselves in

Interviewing Cambridge University Junior Research Fellow in AI, Dr. Beth Singler, about the future of work.

Should we be polite to AI assistants? Why don't we understand AI is strange because humans are strange? Are people getting their perceptions of robots from The Terminator franchise? I interview Dr. Beth Singler, anthropologist and Junior Research Fellow in artificial intelligence (AI) at University of Cambridge, on the weird and wonderful ways we imagine AI, robotics and the future of work.

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Why listen to these tech high-flyers about your work future?

Because they know what they're talking about.

The prevailing wisdom is that the fast pace of automation, digital change and AI (artificial intelligence) will soon leave most of us jobless. Talking with some of the most successful tech entrepreneurs around the world, not one agreed with this dark premonition. Rather, they pointed to a different kind of future we should prepare for.


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AI won’t steal all our jobs – tech entrepreneurs predict something different.

With COVID-19, businesses have changed fast, but leaders see bigger changes coming.

Entrepreneurs in cutting-edge tech don't believe AI, robots and automation will replace all human jobs, leaving us nothing to do. A new two-part video series, The Future That Works, looks at how work is about to change beyond recognition.

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