JPMorgan’s Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon has said that artificial intelligence (AI) has the ability to make dramatic improvements in workers’ lives. In a recent interview, Dimon expressed optimism that AI holds the potential to advance cancer treatment and could lead to a workweek as short as 3.5 days for the next generation.
A staunch advocate of AI, Dimon believes it is indispensable to his company’s success. He previously highlighted its multifaceted utility, including its capacity to drive innovation, enhance customer engagement, boost productivity, and bolster risk management within the firm.
He emphasised that AI is not just a concept but a tangible, transformative force that is widely adopted and has the capability to replace certain human tasks.
While acknowledging AI’s darker potentials, such as misuse by malicious actors, Dimon remained steadfast in his belief that the emerging technology’s job displacement should be viewed in the context of historical technological progress.