Automation and Artificial Intelligence: threat or opportunity?
In this special report, CR investigates the coming wave of AI
and its impact on creativity
Every click, every search and every hashtag fuels the machines that may one day replace many of today’s designers and creatives
Despite reassuring research suggesting that creative jobs are safe from automation, AI looks likely to take over much of the more mundane work of designers and art directors. But rather than an existential threat, the optimistic view is that by freeing creative people from drudgery, AI could open the door to exciting new opportunities.
AI systems are already impacting our lives, yet few legislators understand them, never mind knowing how to control them. In the absence of effective government oversight, can we trust Big Tech to regulate itself?
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