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### Leveraging AI Could Lead to a Three-Day Workweek, Bill Gates Suggests

Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said during an interview on Monday that a three-day wor…

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Discussing the potential of artificial intelligence (AI), Bill Gates contemplates the prospect of a future where individuals could work only three days a week. In an episode of Trevor Noah’s “What Today?” show, the Microsoft co-founder expressed that the essence of life extends beyond mere job completion. Gates envisioned a scenario where advancements in AI could lead to a society where working fewer days while machines handle production could be acceptable.

Furthermore, Gates highlighted the importance of aligning skills with labor demands to achieve significant milestones. He suggested that once this equilibrium is achieved, individuals would have ample leisure time to ponder their pursuits. Gates also acknowledged the transformative impact of technological advancements on the workforce, citing the gradual shift in occupations over generations, such as the decline in the number of farmers compared to previous eras.

Addressing the inevitability of job displacement by artificial intelligence, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon concurred, stating, “Of course, yes.” Dimon emphasized the necessity of continuous learning and government support to navigate the evolving job landscape as technology enhances productivity, particularly in an aging population.

Bill Gates emphasized earlier this year the profound implications of AI on productivity, healthcare, and education. He also envisioned a future where AI-powered “agents” could assist in various aspects of daily life, revolutionizing human-machine interactions.

In advocating for AI advancement, Gates stressed the importance of establishing regulatory frameworks to mitigate potential risks associated with AI deployment, ensuring that the benefits far outweigh any drawbacks.

As businesses increasingly adopt AI technologies, the World Economic Forum reported in April a global trend where nearly 75% of surveyed companies expressed readiness to integrate AI into their operations. While 25% anticipated job displacements due to AI implementation, 50% foresaw AI fostering career growth opportunities.

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