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An article with a consolidation of different views on how cognitive technologies will impact the workplace. Many knowledge working jobs will be replaced by artificial intelligence, but new jobs will emerge for those who can augment the capabilities of the new technology. Despite the benefits of productivity improvements from cognitive computing in the workplace, there will be transition pains. To stay relevant, workers will need to be tactful and resourceful working with these technologies.


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