Perspective: Balancing human and digital labor

By George Kehl, managing partner, KPMG Minneapolis, for the Star Tribune

Feb 19, 2018

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It’s the dawn of a new era of artificial intelligence — an era where AI has enabled capabilities we never thought likely.

The possibilities for AI are exponential, spawning a major dilemma for many business leaders. Just because an activity or job can be automated, should it be? And if so, what are the ethical implications of automation for a company, its customers and its employees?

Read the full perspective at startribune.com.

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