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Humans are stealing AI jobs at Google Duplex | TheINQUIRER

Humans are stealing AI jobs at Google Duplex | TheINQUIRER


On Friday May 24, 2019, http://www.theinquirer.net wrote:
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Excitedly you show up for work on the first day that's apparently what is happening in some capacity. Google Duplex - the AI-powered service that books restaurants for humans - isn't working as well as it should it's a human picking up the slack.

Yes, in other words it's humans stealing computers' jobs. What a twist!

The finding comes from the New York Times humans had to step in when the AI fails to complete a booking teaching it how to deal with unexpected follow-up questions and so on.

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