Artificial Intelligence and the Job Market
The subject of Artificial Intelligence is producing a hive of activity among research analysts, particularly those generating new software applications that apply AI techniques. It has also been the subject of much debate.
Peter Farwell provides a unique look at the implications of AI for the job market. He has drawn on his multidisciplined experience, which includes the study of mathematics and physics, the study of philosophy, the study of Financial Analysis and many years as a consultant to high technology clients in Canada.
The author also owned a Heath Kit Robot, named Hero. Hero was a rolling-on-wheels, talking robot that was programmed in a very basic programming language and phonetic speech synthesizer.
(Published in 2020)
Peter Farwell is a chartered professional accountant and certified financial analyst. He was an early purchaser of an Apple II and an avid user of VisiCalc. He is a retired partner of public accounting firm Ernst & Young. He was the leader of the Canadian firm’s services to the high technology industry for 14 years. He is the author and co-author of numerous studies, articles, and speeches focusing on the technology industry and the author of “IBM: Can It Survive,” and “Artificial Intelligence and the Job Market.”