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AI's Quest to Make Us More Human The value of human creativity will only grow as AI begins to dominate.

By Richard Okyere Mensah

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly becoming a dominant part of everyday life. Whether you are aware of it or not, intelligent algorithms are all around us, trying to predict and understand you so they can help make your life easier in some way.

For example, Netflix's AI engine automatically recommends shows to you based on what you've watched in the past. Organizations are steadily making AI core to the way their businesses are operated by automating repetitive tasks. Economically, this makes sense since most companies become more capital-efficient when a process or a role is automated. But with the release of OpenAI's GPT3 autocomplete tool, there is increasing concern about what such AI would mean for humanity.

Certainly, the advent of the age of AI will reshape the world as we know it — in some respects, it already has. To effectively navigate this change, we'll need to rethink our views of work, identity and the value of human creativity. If we do it right, AI can give us the opportunity to reconnect with our most human qualities.