artificial intelligence machine at industrial manufacture factory

From the printing press to the digital age, new technology has long had a tendency to be viewed as disruptive, and is often met with resistance in the workplace. This is also the case when new advancements shift or evolve how we work.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), what many have deemed the cause of the “fourth industrial revolution,” is no different.
While humans aren’t always inventing new things, one thing we’re really good at is figuring out how to do things better, faster, and more efficiently. Thirty years ago, robots might have seemed limited to science fiction novels, but even today there are many industries that have seen the shift towards automation take hold. AI is already impacting our workforce — and the changes are likely just getting started.
Will Canadian workers be affected?
A new report by the Brookfield Institute shows that new developments in artificial intelligence and robotics put 42 per cent …