World Economic Forum
Roland Busch - Chief Operating Officer, CTO and Member of the Managing Board, Siemens AG
Assembly robots that build things on their own without having been programmed to do so. Self-optimizing production lines in factories. Trains and wind turbines requesting maintenance based on operational data and artificial intelligence (AI) that can predict behaviour better than the engineers who designed and built the systems can. These developments are a real opportunity if we come up with ideas on how to shape AI and make it a job engine.
It’s beyond question that the world of work will continue to change with the ascendancy of AI. Today, robots still have to be content with the so-called “3 ‘D’ jobs” – tasks that are dumb, dirty and dangerous. (Full Article)