Over the next 13 years, the rising tide of automation will force as many as 70 million workers in the United States to find another way to make money, a new study from the global consultancy McKinsey predicts.
That means nearly a third of the American workforce could face the need to pick up new skills or enter different fields in the near future, said the report’s co-author, Michael Chui, a partner at the McKinsey Global Institute who studies business and economics.
“We believe that everyone will need to do retraining over time,” he said.
The shift could displace people at every stage of their career, Chui said.
With the iPhone X now in the hands of thousands of customers around the world, many early adopters are putting Face ID to the test to see if Apple’s facial authentication system is as secure as it advertises.
Apple says the probability that a random person in the population could look at someone else’s iPhone X and unlock it using Face ID is approximately 1 in 1,000,000, compared to 1 in 50,000 for Touch ID, but it notes the probability of a false match is different for twins and siblings who look like you.
If the “story” is true, answers to questions would support the official narrative…. The questions would NOT be suppressed.
NBC News weaponized its narrative when it stopped the Harvey Weinstein exposé. BAR Attorneys ONLY use fictional weaponized narratives to harm their own clients and do NOT explain the reasoning and legal anti-logic. Indeed, Attorney only abuse and support their clients confusion around the answer to the question: What is the relationship and difference between a human being and a LEGAL PRESENCE ARTIFICIAL FICTIONAL PERSON CORPORATION?
The slavery system only wants to promote the ONE single weaponized narrative that keeps people locked into a slavery mentality that somehow “needs” a government to exist… where as, the governments are the ones literally CREATING all these problems, if not directly in false flags then indirectly in the United Nations “governmental” corporate abuse of humanity.
Artificial intelligence can accurately guess whether people are gay or straight based on photos of their faces, according to new research that suggests machines can have significantly better “gaydar” than humans.
Elon Musk is no stranger to futurecasting a foreboding dystopia ahead for mankind, as we noted recently. But during a speech he gave today at the National Governors Association Summer Meeting in Rhode Island, Musk turned up the future-fearmongery amplifier to ’11’.
As a reminder, in the past, when he was asked about whether humans are living inside a computer simulation, Musk made headlines last year by saying he thinks the chances are one in billions that we aren’t.