Important warning: Artificial intelligence threatens jobs around the world Important warning: Artificial intelligence threatens jobs around the world

Important warning: Artificial intelligence threatens jobs around the world

Important warning: Artificial intelligence threatens jobs around the world

The International Monetary Fund warned in a new report that about 40% of jobs worldwide could be affected by the spread of artificial intelligence.
The report revealed that high-income economies will be more vulnerable than emerging markets and low-income countries.

In a blog post over the weekend, International Monetary Fund President Kristalina Georgieva called on governments to address the “worrying trend” and take proactive steps to “prevent technology from further inflaming social tensions.”

“We are on the verge of a technological revolution that can stimulate productivity, boost global growth and increase incomes around the world,” she said. “However, it could also displace jobs and deepen inequality.”

The report noted that although automation and information technology have historically tended to impact routine tasks, artificial intelligence is also capable of impacting jobs that require highly skilled workers. As a result, advanced economies face greater risks from artificial intelligence than emerging market and developing economies, according to the International Monetary Fund.

The report showed that about 60% of jobs in advanced economies may be affected by artificial intelligence.

However, about half of the affected jobs may benefit from AI integration, thus boosting productivity, the IMF wrote. For the other half, AI applications may “take over key tasks currently performed by humans,” which could reduce demand for labor, leading to lower wages and employment.

Georgieva warned that in extreme cases, some of these jobs may disappear entirely.

In contrast, AI penetration in emerging markets and low-income countries is expected to reach 40% and 26%, respectively.



Will the Japanese SLIM lunar module be able to generate electricity?

JAXA experts announced that the SLIM module may be able to generate electricity from solar energy even though the solar battery panels do not open directly upon landing.

The agency's statement published on its website on the social networking site "Electricity, we are preparing to restore (feedback). Because SLIM can operate using only energy from solar cells."

It is noteworthy that the Japanese Space Agency announced shortly after the module landed on the moon that it was able to establish contact with it, but it was facing power problems because its solar panels were not generating energy. For this reason, it was decided to turn off the unit's battery when its charge level dropped to 12 percent, so that we could restart the unit later.

It should be noted that Japan has become the fifth country, after the Soviet Union, the United States, China and India, to land its unit on the moon.

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