Berliner Zeitung: 80 to 90 Percent of What We Do Will Be Assumed by Machines
At the opening of the highly acclaimed NOAH Berlin technology conference, organized by Axel Springer, Artificial Intelligence (AI) pioneer Chris Boos and Social Democrat Chancellor Candidate Martin Schulz outlined their vision for a digitalized future. “80 to 90 percent of what we do today will be assumed by machines,” stated Boos. This will give humans more time to be creative and to serve together. “We have enough things to do!”, Boos exclaims. Schulz called for more investment in high speed internet and digital education and literacy. If elected Chancellor, his first move would be to kick-start a debate on the opportunities of digitalization.