Developments in artificial intelligence will continue to disrupt our work and lives. How can higher education prepare Americans for the coming threat of AI taking their jobs? Northeastern University President Joseph Aoun joins us to discuss a new report on AI's effects and higher education's response. Later, we reveal the percentage of Americans who rate the FBI's performance positively.
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Americans are largely optimistic about the adoption of artificial intelligence. But they still expect some negative effects, with 73% saying this process will result in a net job loss.
Americans' top ideas for creating jobs in the U.S. include keeping manufacturing jobs from going overseas, lowering taxes and cutting government regulation.
With 15% of employees worldwide engaged in their jobs, it's clear that organizations must better harness the basic human desire for development.