Whether your boss in 2040 is someone or an algorithm, they’ll be watching.
In the future you may be working less for “the man” and more for the machine–machine learning, that is. Automation and AI will supersede some enterprises outright–threatening up to 25% of U.S. occupations, particularly those with simple manual and repetition tasks–according to a study by the Brookings Institution. But even those of us who don’t lose our positions to automation may still be under its thumb. In 2040, it may be common for algorithms to supervise our work–sometimes to study our AI substitutions, but often to optimize our accomplishment in the corporate machine.
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