Researchers estimate that 47% of white collar jobs in the United States will be automated by 2033. But whose jobs are specifically at risk? While recent studies show that “highly creative” occupations have little risk of being automated, creatives are increasingly using data and technology to automate a significant percentage of their daily tasks.
If robots are replacing doctors and pilots, it isn’t completely unreasonable to think that marketing and advertising jobs may someday share the same fate. But can creativity be automated? And if so, to what extent?
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