Artificial Intelligence (AI) is neither a question of the future nor the past, but rather a question of the now. AI is creating needs and solving problems consumers and businesses didn’t know they had. Further, AI is changing the way jobs need to be done and the workforce that will take on those jobs. These rapid technological innovations and advancements are transforming the global business ecosystem, raising concerns as to whether jobs are being put at risk. The 2019 labor pool is competitive- consisting of humans, robots and machines. A 2013 future of employment study by the University of Oxford analyzed the percentage of jobs at risk as a result of digitization, automation, and computerization, and it revealed that, “47% of total US jobs are at risk.” The question becomes,
How does one survive in the ever-changing and ever-evolving era of artificial intelligence?