Artificial intelligence could put workers ‘out to pasture’

Humans in the workplace could go the way of the horse-and-buggy, because of the “exponential growth of artificial intelligence,” investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.”When we first had the internal combustion engine — the horseless carriages, the car was called — look at all the horses they just put out to pasture,” he said, making an ominous comparison to the present-day advances in automation. “We are going to be destroying jobs at a record clip.””The way software, computers, robots are taking over … what’s going to happen more and more is the American worker is going to be marginalized,” Greene told CNBC’s ” Squawk Box ” in an interview. Read More US job openings total 5.5 million in September “Artificial intelligence (AI), right now, can do the task of a 100…

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