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AI Disrupting Labor Ecosystems, Automation to Replace Human Element in Routine and Low-Skilled Jobs by 2030, Predicts Frost & Sullivan

SYDNEY, Nov. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The increasing adoption of AI technology among Australian businesses is expected to disrupt the country’s labor market across industries such as agriculture, automotive, banking/finance, education, healthcare, ICT, and legal services. “AI technology is …

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AI Disrupting Labor Ecosystems, Automation to Replace Human Element in Routine and Low-Skilled Jobs by 2030, Predicts Frost & Sullivan

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