Digital shadows Overall, most Americans think some form of change is imminent with only nine percent thinking AI will not change the workplace at all. (Image: Shutterstock)

Every generation of workers struggles with new technologies that can sometimes promise a more efficient and better workplace but, on the flip side, threaten to take away jobs and make certain types of work obsolete. Such is the issue with artificial intelligence.

A new survey, conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Yoh – an international talent and outsourcing company – shows that 90 percent of Americans feel AI will change the workplace in some fashion, and of those, 63 percent think AI will have a negative impact on the future of the workplace.

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