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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

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Implications of artificial intelligence have been difficult to measure in the workplace. Many of the technologies are new and have yet to be fully implicated into the labor market. Recent studies, however, are showing that white-collar jobs and production positions most likely have the highest risk. Research has shown that those who have a bachelor’s degree are four times more likely to come in contact and work with AI than those who only have a high school education.

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