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AI could lead to cognitive decline and more dementia cases

The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the workforce and providing opportunities for increased productivity and efficiency. However, as AI increasingly replaces jobs that require critical thinking, there is a growing concern that this may contribute to a cognitive decline in the workforce. In turn, this could result in more dementia cases in the future, spiralling costs, and even societal breakdown. In this article, we explore the potential consequences of the cognitive decline caused by the replacement of jobs with AI, the economic and social impacts of dementia, and what can be done to promote cognitive health in the workforce. Join us in discussing the critical importance of optimizing AI to promote cognitive health and ensure a healthy and productive workforce for years to come.

A picture of a dashboard that displays ISO 7029 detailing what people are expected to hear.

ISO 7029

Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts DATAFAKTS Ltd programmed a dashboard describing the ISO 7029 in its 2017 version. This dashboard will give you a feeling of what an audiologists will expect you to hear. It is also often used in research that compares audiological conditions to this standard.  ISO 7029:2017 Read more…

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