This week’s Big Future

The most exciting and most disruptive technology we’ve seen in the past two decades is probably the one we’ve never seen before: artificial intelligence.

Its the kind of technology that we’ve been waiting for for decades, and it’s about to make us a lot smarter.

We’ll talk about what that means for the world of work and how AI will be a big part of that.

But it won’t just help us do work smarter.

It’ll help us be more productive, too.

We’ve seen the rise of automation and its effect on workers’ productivity.

And the more we know about this technology, the more optimistic we become about the future of work.

The term “automation” is usually used to refer to a technology that automates a job, but the term is also applied to many things.

For example, it could mean the automation of an entire process, such as building a building.

But “autosynthesis” is also used to describe the process of getting something done in a way that’s both easier and more efficient.

In other words, the process that leads to the creation of a product.

What makes AI special?

A new generation of artificial intelligence has been built on top of the same technology that made us smarter in the first place: machine learning.

But it is now being applied to a whole host of tasks.

The most promising of these are the ones that involve decision-making.

It’s a field that is growing rapidly, with some major companies already building machine-learning systems.

And these systems can learn, and can be trained to learn.

But what if we could automate the way we work?

We’ve already started doing this, and AI will make it easier for us to do it.

The future of jobs may not be as glamorous as it once was, but it’s going to be a lot better.

This article appeared in the March 2017 issue of The Next Big Thing.

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