There are no shortages of studies suggesting that many forms of human employment as we know them today are likely to be wiped out by the ongoing AI revolution.
One thing many experts agree with, however, is that the jobs that will survive are those that rely on creativity and artisanal skill — since these are things machines will not be able to satisfactorily replicate.
Don’t tell that to Central Saint Martins student Charlotte Nordmoen, though. As part of a project called humanMADE, Nordmoen has created a prototype robot capable of generating its own examples of pottery — thanks to a […]
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