IBM CEO says 30% of back office roles could disappear within five years

Penny Horwood
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Arvind Krishna, IBM
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Arvind Krishna, IBM

As we head towards the middle of 2023, the process of reckoning with the impact of AI on education, jobs and financial markets continues.

The most recent high-profile contributor to the debate is IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, who said during an interview with Bloomberg that he expects AI and automation to replace 30% of human occupied role...

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