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Intuit's CEO explains why he thinks it's a myth that AI will be a job killer

12 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi says its a "myth" that artificial intelligence will be a job killer. He thinks people will need to develop new skill sets for new types of jobs.
"AI is going to automate a lot of what is done today, a lot of predictions that you have to make. AI can automate all of that, but then it actually elevate where people can provide value, it elevates where they can provide judgement, " Goodarzi told Business Insider.
He says AI does have to developed thoughtfully by thinking about what AI is good for and being intentional with what's built, making sure to avoid bias when...
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