Why did the international monetary fund warn against artificial intelligence? 

About 40% of jobs worldwide could be affected by the spread of artificial intelligence,” is the latest warning from the International Monetary Fund.

Recently, a report released by the International Monetary Fund revealed that high-income economies would be more susceptible to risk compared to emerging markets and low-income countries.

The report indicated that while automation and information technology historically tended to impact routine tasks, artificial intelligence is also capable of affecting jobs that require highly skilled workers. As a result, advanced economies face greater risks due to artificial intelligence compared to emerging markets and developing economies, according to the International Monetary Fund.

The report showed that approximately 60% of jobs in advanced economies could be affected by artificial intelligence.

Conversely, the expected rate of artificial intelligence adoption in emerging markets and low-income countries is projected to be 40% and 26%, respectively.

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