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The Ethical Frontier of Artificial Intelligence

Brendan recently authored ‘The Ethical Frontier of Artificial Intelligence,’ a book now available on Amazon that evaluated Al’s capacity to displace jobs, a theme that casts a long shadow over the future of work. From truck drivers facing the advent of autonomous vehicles to accountants and lawyers whose roles are increasingly automated, the potential for widespread unemployment and underemployment is palpable.

This seismic shift in the labor market calls for a paradigm change in how we view employment, skill development, and economic sustainability. In ‘The Ethical Frontier of Artificial Intelligence,’ Brendan delves into the transformative power of Al and its ethical dilemmas. The book explores the potential of Al to displace 300 million jobs over the next decade, a number examining the profound implications on work, workers, and society. 

  • According to PwC In the United States alone, 73 million jobs are at risk of being automated by Al by 2030.
  • According to McKinsey & Company Al has the capacity to automate as much as 81% of the tasks currently performed in various workplaces. 
  • Goldman Sachs reports that 2 out of 3 jobs in the U.S. and Europe are exposed to some degree of Al Automation.

Through real-world case studies, expert analysis, and a deep dive into regulatory frameworks, Brendan’s book provides a comprehensive guide to navigating the challenges Al presents. It’s a clarion call for responsible innovation, ensuring Al’s integration enhances human potential while.