Humans are stealing AI jobs at Google Duplex | TheINQUIRER

Humans are stealing AI jobs at Google Duplex | TheINQUIRER

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Excitedly you show up for work on the first day, only to shown to a windowless room where you repeatedly book restaurant tables for people too lazy to dial a number.

Google Duplex - the AI-powered service that books restaurants for humans - isn't working as well as it should, so 25 per cent of the time, it's a human picking up the slack.

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