AI will affect better-paid workers, but will it displace them?

A security officer keeps watch in front of an AI (Artificial Intelligence) sign at the annual Huawei Connect event in Shanghai, China September 18, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song - RC192A130D00

How will artificial intelligence (AI) affect work? While it seems likely that automation and robotics will impact, or even displace, jobs on the lower-end of the income and education spectrum, AI may have impacts on better-paid and more educated workers, according to new research from Mark Muro, Robert Maxim, and Jacob Whiton. On this episode, Muro discusses the findings.

Also, meet Ottawa Sanders, a post-doctoral fellow in Foreign Policy.

Listen to the episode from February in which Muro talked about how automation could affect work

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