NEARLY HALF OF AMERICANS WORRY A.I. WILL TAKE THEIR JOBS
A recent survey has shed light on the growing apprehensions among American workers regarding the potential impact of artificial intelligence on their employment prospects. Findings indicate that a significant 45% of employed individuals in the United States harbor concerns about the obsolescence of their roles due to AI integration. The unease is even more pronounced among the younger workforce, with over half of workers aged 18 to 34 expressing heightened vigilance about the matter. Conversely, the survey indicates that individuals aged 55 and above display a comparatively indifferent stance towards these AI-related anxieties.
Industries as varied as law, trucking, retail, policing and journalism are all staring down the barrel of an artificially intelligent future. - Stock Photo: Getty Images