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IMF warns AI to hit almost 40% of jobs worldwide and worsen overall inequality

By Reuters
16 January 2024   |   3:27 am
The IMF assessed the potential impact of AI on the global labor market and found that, in most cases, AI is likely to worsen overall inequality. IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva urged policymakers to tackle this "troubling trend" and proactively take steps "to prevent the technology from further stoking social tensions."

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