AI and analytic methods have expanded the realm of what computers can do, just like spreadsheets and word processors expanded computing skills to many office tasks, improving their efficiency, and as a result needing fewer accountants and typists. Where is the boundary? What does that imply? Article takes a cautionary look:
Today’s Artificial Intelligence Does Not Justify Basic Income
Even the simplest jobs require skills—like creative problem solving—that AI systems cannot yet perform competently. ... " by Vincent Conitzer is a professor of computer science, economics, and philosophy at Duke University.