Artificial Intelligence

5 experts explore how AI will affect the working lives of artists and knowledge workers

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AI is poised to start impacting new classes of workers. Image: Unsplash/possessedphotography

Lynne Parker
University of Tennessee, Associate Vice Chancellor
Casey Greene
Professor of Biomedical Informatics, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Daniel Acuña
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Affiliate Professor of Information Science, University of Colorado Boulder
Kentaro Toyama
Professor of Community Information, University of Michigan
Mark Finlayson
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Florida International University
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