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Will AI Threaten More Jobs Than It Creates?

Will AI Threaten More Jobs Than It Creates?

Here’s The Scoop

As the world grapples with the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI), it seems that almost everyone is lying about it.

Companies are eager to show off their AI integration, but the Securities and Exchange Commission’s chair, Gary Gensler, has warned about “AI washing,” where companies falsely claim AI usage to attract investors.

An analysis from Goldman Sachs found that 36% of S&P 500 companies mentioned AI in their fourth-quarter earnings calls, a record high. However, even projects explicitly about developing the next wave of AI tech are hitting stumbling blocks, such as Google’s Gemini rollout and OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Companies like Nvidia, AMD, and Broadcom are big winners in the AI landscape, but not all companies in the arena are created equal. Some are merely trying to be part of the story, spinning their involvement in AI to attract attention and investment.

Even Big Tech companies like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are on shaky ground at times, with sales executives being told to hold their horses on pitching generative-AI capabilities to clients. Many companies are not yet showcasing their AI-generated revenue because it’s still so small.

The truth about AI’s impact on society lies somewhere between the hyperoptimistic and hyperpessimistic takes. While AI innovation is an important development, the financial incentives make it easy and tempting to overstate things.

For many companies and entrepreneurs, their wildest AI dreams are dollar signs, but anyone who tells you they know exactly what is going on in AI and where it’s headed is lying.

What do you think? Will AI Threaten More Jobs Than It Creates? Let us know by participating in our poll, or join the discussion in the comment section below!




  1. Mary Brumley

    March 27, 2024 at 9:21 pm

    AI is very scary to me. I wonder what will happen to America if it is widely used?

  2. Jerry C.

    April 9, 2024 at 5:14 pm

    Maybe we’ll be able to use it to replace all those extremely-overpaid union workers, eliminating strikes. Inflation will slow because companies will no longer suffer forced production or transportation stoppages and no longer need to increase prices to cover the new wages & perks the unions have blackmailed out of them. American know-how will no longer need to be shipped out to third-world countries for less-expensive labor. Fast food will not have to raise their prices to pay even more in wages to less than half the employees they used to have. Of course, no one will have a job to earn any money to buy anything, anyway…

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