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IBM CEO Arvind Krishna says he doesn''t intend to "get rid of a single one" of his programmers because of AI. Krishna predicted that programmers would become 30% more productive because of AI. He also added that though AI could automate a "repetitive, white-collar job," it was a job creator. Amid growing fears of AI-induced job cuts, IBM''s CEO Arvind Krishna says he doesn''t intend to lose any programmers because of the technology. Krishna predicted that programmers would become 30% more productive because of AI. "I don''t intend to get rid of a single one. I''ll get more," he said about the company''s programmers during Fortune''s CEO Initiative conference on Tuesday. Krishna further said that his company was increasing the number of software engineering and sales roles in the next three to four years but expected to phase out back-office HR roles. This meant more jobs were created than lost due to AI, he said, adding: "The increase was like 8,000. The decrease was like 800." "The first thing you can automate is a repetitive, white-collar job," said Krishna.
IBM''s CEO predicted that programmers would get 30% more productive because of AI. "I don''t intend to get rid of a single one. I''ll get more," he said.
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The CEO of IBM, who has taken heat for suggesting many back-office tasks could be automated, maintains that the technology will create far more jobs that it will eliminate. During an appearance at Fortune’s CEO Initiative conference in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said it was a misconception that increases in productivity […] The post IBM CEO says he won’t cut employees due to AI: ‘I’ll get more’ appeared first on TheAdviserMagazine.com .
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