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Houston Workers Are Not Worried About Artificial Intelligence Taking Their Jobs

A survey by Accenture shows the majority of workers in Houston – and the rest of the country – think AI will have a positive impact on their work


Aleek Datta is the managing director of strategy energy at Accenture

Automation and artificial intelligence – AI – are often accused of replacing jobs.


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But is that really the case?

If you ask Houston workers, a majority is not worried.

That's according to a survey by Accenture.

Aleek Datta, managing director with the tech and consulting firm's strategy branch, says 62 percent of workers in Houston believe the impact of intelligent technologies over the next three years will be positive.

Only 4 percent think it will be negative.

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