With Kasparov asking us to embrace AI as robots fix satellites, break open safes and see how miserable you are while shopping at Walmart, it should be no surprise that men are becoming less marriageable because, in part, due to automation.
"The problem is not that machines are replacing human jobs and that they are going after people with college degrees and Twitter accounts," he said. "Technology, before it creates jobs kills them, it's always done that."
There were already examples of ways smart machines were helping some people do their jobs better by letting computers handle the bits that humans can struggle with. For instance, he said, expert systems that can diagnose conditions more accurately than people do the best job when paired with nurses that can then act on that diagnosis.
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