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Jan. 10, 2022, 11:32 a.m. | /u/MariadocBrandybuc88

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In a working environment quite often errors are accounted to the contingent/individual because it is considered to be the cheapest fix to blame one rather than rethinking an entire process. Middle-end employees - like project managers - won't have anyone to blame if bottom-end employees are all replaced by - not infallible but fair - AI . They'll find themselves working for AI and not the other way around. By breaking the the blame cycle, this "fairness" responsibility might backpropagate higher than bottom to mid-end and induce a more radical …

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