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By 2022, Trained Professionals In Medicine, Law, IT May Be Replaced By Robots

The war over employability has already been started between humans and robots. According to the global research firm Gartner, due to the high-tech automation, Robots are expected to replace trained professionals in the sectors like Medicine, Law and IT by 2022.

Robots to replace humans
Source: The Financial Express

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According to the First Post, Stephen Prentice, vice president and Gartner fellow said: “The economics of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will lead to many tasks performed by professionals today becoming low-cost utilities. AI’s effects on different industries will force the enterprise to adjust its business strategy.”

Prentice further added: “Many competitive, high-margin industries will become more like utilities as AI turns complex work into a metered service that the enterprise pays for, like electricity.”

robots to replace humans
Source: Access AI

Telling more about Artificial Intelligence(AI) and humans, Prentice said: “Ultimately, AI and humans will differentiate themselves from each other.” He further explained the capabilities of humans to solve the complex problems. “They bring a wide range of knowledge and skill to bear and can work through problems in various ways. They can collaborate with one another, and when situations change significantly, humans can adjust.”

Also, Martin Ford, author of The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future predict that many knowledge-based occupations and in particular entry level jobs will be increasingly susceptible to automation via expert systems, machine learning and other AI-enhanced applications.

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