We should be very scared. I don’t think we’re scared enough.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
Elon Musk says it’s highly probable that we’re living in a game!— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
Maybe we’ll get an opportunity to work less...— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
Computers will learn to code themselves. So even coding is at risk...— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
By 2029 robots will reach human levels of intelligence, according to futurist Ray Kurzweil.
He predicts that, by 2045, artificial intelligence (AI) will be so advanced that it’ll surpass humanity’s collective intelligence.
By that time we will have lost the ability to understand or control what we have created.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
We don’t talk about the loss of jobs enough.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
White collar jobs will also be affected dramatically.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
Artificial Intelligence have eaten into journalism dramatically.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
We should encourage our kids to get into creative jobs.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
We need to plan ahead for what it means if swaths of jobs will be destroyed.— Gil Oved, Creative Counsel
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