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The Future of AI — New Jobs for a New World

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To commemorate the silver jubilee of FICO’s use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we asked FICO employees a question: What does the future of AI look like? The post below is one of the thought-provoking responses, from Jinghua Tang, an analytic scientist working in San Diego.

AI has proven its potential in making complicated decision by learning from complex human behaviors and inadequate information. As witnessed by the recent explosive growth in AI and big data, we are heading into a bright future in the next 10 years. Supervised by human guardians defending against a Terminator-like monster, the power of AI will be harnessed to improve our society and human life quality.

In 10 years, imagine that AI has infiltrated every facet of life:

The Impact on Jobs

Undoubtedly, there will be jobs replaced by AI: with robots, for example, there will be no need for people to work strenuous, mechanical jobs. The driverless car makes chauffeurs obsolete, and ticket machines will replace clerks.

Yet the AI revolution will also create brand new jobs:

Standards of living will be profoundly improved with the elimination of physical chores such as vacuuming and cleaning, freeing up time for close, personal interactions with friends and family. Leisure time will be extended for pursuits of intellectual challenges or personal pastimes. AI will provide the companionship and care for the elderly.

With the resource from our digital assistant, we can make informed decisions, supporting a path towards creativity and understanding in the diverse, nuanced world in order to live harmonious lives with other humans and our AI friends.

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