CHAPEL HILL –  “In most knowledge-intensive tasks, workers will more likely find themselves augmented in partnership with machines than automated out of a job,” UNC’s Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi writes about artificial intelligence for Harvard Business Review.

Jarrahi and his co-authors explore the competitive and cooperative skills that organizations will seek in both their employees and their AI systems to make this partnership work.

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