The world is becoming a less and less scientific place, but the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has changed the landscape of how scientists use computers.
A new survey by research firm Gartner shows that the amount of people in the world who say they have used artificial intelligence on a job is at a record high.
According to the survey, by 2021, there will be over 5 billion AI-enabled jobs.
AI is making our jobs more complex and more complex jobs more human-like.
It is making the world a more intelligent place, said David Aylward, director of Gartners research division, in a statement.
AI’s impact has been seen in the rise in job postings on jobs sites, such as Monster, where jobs are often filled with a mix of people who do not know each other, but can work on the same job with a similar level of intelligence.
Aylwards group believes AI will be more important to jobs than ever before.
“With the growth in AI and robotics, it will be the last decade before we see jobs where we cannot see each other on the job and can’t talk to each other,” Aylsward said.
A world where AI is replacing humans is happening in the US, where automation is increasing at a rapid pace.
Gartning said in 2021, more than 1.6 billion US jobs are at risk of being automated by 2020.
The survey also shows that AI-powered jobs are going to be more than 20% of all jobs by 2020, up from less than 1% in 2020.
“We are in an era of machines learning, where the speed of learning is changing the pace of work and that’s going to have a big impact on how people work,” Alysses said.
“That will have an impact on jobs.”