Alexis Christoforous gets the lowdown on love from eHarmony CEO Grant Langston The machines are coming! They’re going to steal our jobs, our livelihoods, and maybe even turn us into goo-covered batteries for their twisted mechanical needs.

Or, you know, just take our jobs. Whatever.”

data-reactid=”29″>The machines are coming! They’re going to steal our jobs, our livelihoods, and maybe even turn us into goo-covered batteries for their twisted mechanical needs.

Or, you know, just take our jobs. Whatever.

But it turns out, even that might not be entirely true, at least to the degree many people fear. In fact, artificial intelligence, the technology many people imagine will be their professional undoing, could actually help them become more efficient at their jobs. Read more from finance.yahoo.com…

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