Bringing Up AI: How People Are Teaching Their Jobs to Machines
Scott Rosenberg

We’re all bring up A.I., teaching the machines that will soon take our jobs, everyday — every one of us. For whenever we visit a web page or buy something or browse or shop or do anything digitally, the data we generate is the stuff of “intelligence” for machine learning. Already, the “Recommendation Engines” on Amazon and Netflix generate about 35 percent of all sales (Source: Martech Advisor). So, this means that machine learning algorithms and A.I. are doing all the work to generate hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue, all without humans (except for a relatively small number of programmers).

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