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Artificial intelligence: the burning debate on its revolutionary impact on work!

Revolutions in different fields thanks to AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing rapidly and raising questions about its impact on the world of work. Interestingly, AI is already present in various industries such as online casinos, fraud detection and the film industry.

  • Online Casinos : AI has revolutionized the way online gaming platforms work by improving user experience through personalized recommendations and fraud detection.
  • Fraud detection : The use of AI makes it possible to spot and anticipate financial fraud attempts, thus offering more effective protection to companies and their customers.
  • Film Industry : AI threatens Hollywood actors’ jobs as it could be used to create digital stunt doubles.

The rise of AI in these different fields raises questions about its impact on employment. What will be the place of humans in the face of this technological advance?

Unemployment in the face of AI, a legitimate fear?

It is important to take into account the job losses already suffered due to the development of AI. For example, French company Onclusive reduced its staff by 217 workers in favor of technology.

However, some researchers and experts remain optimistic that AI will also have a positive impact on the world of work. The main question is to balance the benefits of AI with preserving existing jobs.

Continuous learning and professional training

To face the threats to employment caused by AI, it is necessary to develop continuing training adapted to these changes. This will allow workers to keep their professional skills up to date.

Indeed, with the evolution of new technologies, many professions are likely to transform or disappear. It is therefore essential to adapt to these changes and train regularly to meet the demands of the constantly evolving job market.

AI, complementarity rather than competition

Beyond the fear of unemployment, AI can also be seen as a real collaborator for employees. By carrying out certain repetitive tasks, AI frees up workers’ time to concentrate on more complex and high value-added missions.

In this way, AI can become an ally rather than a competitor, helping employees improve their productivity and efficiency to achieve their professional goals.

Towards a framed and controlled future

Mastery of technologies by governments and economic players is a major challenge in preserving employment in the face of AI. As Bruno Le Maire, French Minister of the Economy, pointed out during an interministerial committee dedicated to AI: “We must master artificial intelligence technologies to avoid being subjected to the standards of other powers” .

It is therefore essential to regulate the development of AI so that it respects social rights, the labor market and existing ethical standards.

The impact of AI on work will continue to generate debate, but it is essential to consider today the best way to coexist with these new technologies in order to preserve the human aspect of the future world of work.