• AI,  Climate Change,  Technology,  War

    The Year of the Pandemic, the War, and the Economy

    For example, a deep data analysis of social media data could show how public opinion on the COVID-19 pandemic has changed over time. This could be done by tracking the use of certain keywords or hashtags on social media platforms. A financial analysis could also be used to track the economic impact of the pandemic, such as the cost of healthcare for people with COVID-19 or the impact of the pandemic on the stock market. A deep data analysis of public opinion data could show how people feel about these decisions. This could be done by tracking the use of certain keywords or hashtags on social media platforms. A financial…

  • Mind,  Technology

    AI & White Collar Jobs

    A 2018 study by the McKinsey Global Institute found that 800 million jobs could be lost to automation by 2030. The study found that the jobs most at risk of automation are those that are repetitive, predictable, and rule-based. This includes a number of white-collar jobs, such as: However, it is important to note that not all white-collar jobs will be automated. Some jobs, such as those that require creativity, problem-solving, and social skills, are less likely to be automated. Additionally, new jobs will be created as a result of AI, such as those that involve designing and maintaining AI systems. Overall, it is likely that the impact of AI…