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People are anxious that artificial intelligence and automation will displace them from jobs, a new poll by Northeastern University and Gallup shows. Their concern spilled over onto the political scene in the U.S., when Democratic candidates for president sparred over what should be done to prepare people for such workplace disruption.
A first-of-its-kind international poll conducted by Northeastern and Gallup finds that majorities of people in the U.S., U.K., and Canada are optimistic about the future of artificial intelligence. They also fear that institutions are failing to provide lifelong learning in the new era of automation.