A year ago, as the hype around generative artificial intelligence (AI) was reaching a crescendo, investment bank Goldman Sachs predicted it would replace 300-million existing jobs.

That was well up from the World Economic Forum’s “The Future of Jobs Report 2020”, which had said AI would replace 85-million jobs within five years. However, it tempered this forecast with the expectation of 97-million new jobs...

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