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Workers have mixed feelings about the future of artificial intelligence in the workplace, expressing fear that it will negatively affect their mental health while also being excited about its potential.

"No technology — not even the proliferation of the smartphone — has caused a disruption like the one AI is poised to create," said Heather O'Neill, a career expert at Resume Now. "AI has already begun to change the way people across industries do their work, and our research shows that workers have some serious concerns about the impact this technology will have on their work lives, personal lives and mental health."

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