AI Will Eliminate Call Center Jobs

And this is just the beginning...

A two-year study from McKinsey Global Institute suggests that by 2030, intelligent agents and robots could eliminate as much as 30 percent of the world’s human labor. McKinsey reckons that, depending upon various adoption scenarios, automation will displace between 400 and 800 million jobs by 2030, requiring as many as 375 million people to switch job categories entirely.

https://www.iotforall.com/impact-of-artificial-intelligence-job-losses/

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1 hour ago, Marina Schwarz said:

That's what they pay these people the BIG bucks for: to predict what we all already figured out.  What's next?  That his firm will continue to downsize?  LOL.

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Dan, they pay big bucks to Goldman analysts to say that oil prices will rise and fall after the fact. It's a fun world we live in.

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5 minutes ago, Marina Schwarz said:

Dan, they pay big bucks to Goldman analysts to say that oil prices will rise and fall after the fact. It's a fun world we live in.

2016:

After Saying Oil Would "Not Hit $44 During My Lifetime", Gartman Flip-Flops, Turns Bullish

In late January [2016], when oil was trading in the low $30 range, Dennis Gartman made a bold forecast: "we won't see crude above $44 again in my lifetime"

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Three months later, oil just hit $45 - its highest price since November - and yet Gartman is still alive...

A paradox? Gartman has an explanation, and it has to do with Keynes, "erring" and "wrongness." From this latest note: ...

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Yeah, but Gartman's just a talking head, right? Not an officially official analyst. 

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