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Why AI Isn’t Going to Replace Data Scientists Any Time Soon

 Should data scientists consider AI a threat to their short- or even long-term job security? In this article, I present a philosophical argument that adamantly argues, “No.” For the work of data scientists, and human endeavors in general, machines are nowhere near human intellectual capabilities. There has been much discussion, almost euphoric in some instances, about artificial intelligence and how in many ways it will establish a new framework for the Information Economy of the 21st century. Let’s be clear here from the outset — much has been written about AI, yet its creation involves complex mathematics which

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