How AI will affect workforce and money making

AI-trained robots work in real estate brokerage in the U.S. They may offer virtual reality tours or answer buyer’s questions at open houses. There are also remote controlled-devices that allow agents to show potential customers the real estate without the need for his physical presence. Meanwhile, chatbots can have conversations that resemble the ones between humans and provide personalized offers or give buying advice.

Artificial intelligence research turns into covering the mass applications that would generate income for the consumers in the physical world. Among the most profitable would be systems predicting events and anomalies, the ones working with unstructured data and machine-readable documents and human-centered computing for education, health care, and personal assistance.

Scientists and experts from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology studied the influence of technology on the workforce. They expect that for the next couple of decades there will be more job offers in the industrialized countries than qualified job seekers. Driverless vehicles will not become common for another ten years or more. Robots and AI will take over or change some positions in the work market, but they will also create some new ones. Advanced as they are, they can’t compete with humans in dexterity and flexibility and learn from data and repetition.

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