AI Will Eat 84 Percent Of Government Jobs; Shocking Revelation In This Report

Akash Kumar Mishra
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Artificial Intelligence

Now, every person in the world is aware of Artificial Intelligence (AI). At present, if any term is being discussed the most in the tech world, it is AI. Every day, we hear that AI will eat away people’s jobs. Some consider AI their friend, while others think completely differently about it.

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Many of the jobs we are working on today are such that they may disappear in the future. We are not saying this, but it has been revealed in a recent report. A shocking report has come out regarding Artificial Intelligence, in which it has been said that AI can eat away about 84 per cent of government jobs.

Big Revelation Made In This Research

Research has been done by The Alan Turing Institute, in which 200 government jobs were included. It has been told in this report that these services are such that even if humans do not interfere, there will be no difference.

This means that this work can also be done with the help of AI. For example, these include services like processing of passports, registration for voting, etc.

This study was done on the functioning of the UK government, and it was found that all those jobs in these government services can be automated, which makes about 14.3 crore transactions. This way, if automation is implemented in the service, human transaction intervention can be eliminated.

Big Risk To Job Security

In January, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief Kristalina Georgieva said AI can pose a big risk to job security worldwide. He also said that along with the challenges, there are immense opportunities through which productivity can be increased, and global growth can be boosted. Georgieva had said that AI could affect 60 per cent of jobs worldwide.

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