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AI and the Future of Work

January 11, 2023


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5-15 mins
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Presented by The Conversation

Artificial intelligence, or AI, has reached an inflection point, producing human-sounding written language and converting descriptive phrases into realistic images. In an article for The Conversation, five artificial intelligence researchers, including Kentaro Toyama, U-M professor of community information, explore how large language models are likely to affect artists and knowledge workers. The experts also discuss the imperfections in the technology of AI, issues that may arise, and how this affects human workers. 

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