AI and Workforce Competition

Some argue that those who fail to utilize AI cannot keep up with their competitors. But is that necessarily true? To answer this question, we need to consider how AI affects workforce competition. Suppose that two candidates, one with high-skills (referred to as worker A) and the other with low-skills (referred to as worker B) are competing for a job at some company C. Now that AI is readily available to both workers, they would both use it, assuming that AI improves their competitiveness....

April 16, 2023 · 1 min · 207 words · Me

What job might not be replaceable by AI?

To answer this questions, I needed to ask myself which fields are difficult to imagine humans out of the picture. This led me to consider fields that place value on the dynamic nature of imperfections. Sports I believe that the primary reason for using artificial intelligence is to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. By default, they strive for perfection by optimizing the value function and finding roots as quickly as possible. Additionally, robots don’t have biological limits, unlike humans (Note: I’m not using “robots” and “artificial intelligence” interchangeably, but rather, referring to artificial intelligence placed on non-human objects, which I’ll call “robots” hereinafter....

April 2, 2023 · 2 min · 320 words · Me