Issue #3 - For Dummies: How to steal your coworkers' promotion with AI

March 10, 2023
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In the Splendid Edition of Synthetic Work, we take a deeper look at how artificial intelligence is impacting the way we work across different industries: Education, Health Care, Finance, Legal, Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, Retail, Tech, etc.

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