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"AI is to increase the low-income, reducing the middle-income"? Economists expected

"AI is to increase the low-income, reducing the middle-income"? Economists expected

25 August 2017 | 10:30 pm

“Penetration of AI is increased low technical workers, reducing the intermediate technical workers’ surprising theory that has emerged among some economists. It’s due to inconsistencies in the AI ​​development of “a high degree of difficulty that is easy for humans, is extremely difficult challenging low it in reverse”. Such as job creation rate in the United States and the UK is higher than the wage inflation rate, already that the signs have appeared. AI is directed to the brain work than physical labor? For these unexpected expected, Guardian of Economics editor, Larry Elliott, has been described with reference to the “Moravec’s Paradox”. The paradox of Moravec, something that “is easy the game of advanced intelligence test and chess for the computer, it is difficult to incorporate the perception and judgment ability of the same level as the infant.” The 1980s, such as Hans Moravec professor of Australian robotics has been clarified . BCA Research economist, Mr. Davaru Joshi is, was one of Moravec’s Paradox is convinced that a significant impact on the labor market. “AI is easily advance possible area than the old-fashioned perception and physical labor, and labor to use the recent development of the brain” and, speculate that the latter corresponds to the intermediate technical positions. Intermediate technicians deprived of jobs to AI are forced flow to a low technical positions, resulting in that the low technical positions increases. 50’s the service industry has achieved rapid growth, intermediate technical positions has decreased Support of the hypothesis are listed s in addition. Kent, Department of Economics, University of Christian Siegel of the UK, “division tendency” of the labor market in developed countries, the service industry has been analyzed to have begun from an early 1950s extended the force. During this period, although the market has grown significantly, employment that had been biased towards high-income jobs and low-income jobs. In contrast, middle-income jobs has been reduced significantly. In a recent example, but the United States and the United Kingdom of the employment market. While wage inflation is leveling off, only the employment rate is growing. In the UK, although the unemployment rate has been lowered to the same level as 4.4% and the 70’s mid, wages are not rising only 2.1%. “Both analysts and the machine operator, hired are as walk shop waiters and dog” if such an era is actually you visit, would be such a hypothesis is correct is proven. Whether or not such a day is really visit, So what has been discussed previously, the theory that “AI is increasing the number of unemployed” would what about. Investment bank Berenberg Bank analyst headquartered in Hamburg, Mr. column Pickering, “employer only if it is determined that generate a profit, take on automation,” said skeptical. Indeed, goods and services will not sell The more unemployed. How much at a successful low-cost mass production with the introduction of the robot, is meaningless if there are no consumers who buy. [Recommended article PR] – “support ratio is high CEO rankings from employees” · 15-year-old investigation of the world, there money of literacy is the most is “China” – Top companies hourly wage 7000 yen more than “listing hourly wage rankings of companies 2017” – the voice of the “long and able to work comfortably” companies top 20 position 1 of the companies’ turnover is severe “also – is to make money specialty geography lecturer of Yozemi preach learn geography “should learn economics from the geographical” reasons

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