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Ali speaks truth

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"Empathy won't necessarily save your job from artificial intelligence." "What one has to realise is that notions of trust and empathy are relevant to the current way of delivering professional services, which is one-to-one consultation. But if you can find different ways of producing and distributing knowledge and expertise in society, the features that were important in the advisory model, like empathy and trust, may be less important. What you're maybe looking for is a reliable outcome, rather than an empathetic service.'"

"Richard Susskind, author of The Future of Professions: How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts, gives the example of the specialist medical practitioner." "If it transpires that in the future AI systems will be more reliable than human doctors and specialists, then a fairly simple choice might need to be made: do we go for a far more reliable online diagnosis, or do we go to a demonstrably less reliable service which is more empathetic?"

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Learn to state "Who, What, Why, When , How etc"

So when anyone starts talking about “citizenship”— which means an agreement to serve a government — it is highly recommended that you all step back and ask: “What citizenship? Citizenship with regard to our land jurisdiction state? Territorial Citizenship? Municipal Citizenship? Who are you and WTH kind of “citizenship” are you referring to now?”

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