Will AI replace human jobs
AI and automation are transforming businesses and will contribute to economic growth via contributions to productivity.
Some occupations will see significant declines by 2030 due to automation, but more jobs than those lost or gained will be changed as machines complement human labor in the workplace.
About half of the activities carried out by workers could be automated, but this does not necessarily mean that half of the jobs will be lost.
A recent Goldman Sachs study found that generative AI tools could impact 300 million full-time jobs worldwide.
Experts say there are some jobs computers aren't taking yet, such as those requiring interpersonal skills or creativity.
AI and robotics have historically displaced jobs, but they have also created new ones.
The big question is what sort of jobs AI will create and whether the change in the mix of jobs will exacerbate existing inequalities.
Some workforce experts say AI and other new technologies will hurt middle-level, white-collar jobs more than lower-paying, physically intensive ones.
While AI may displace some workers, it will also help address societal challenges in areas from health to climate change.