The analytical and predicting capacity of machine-learning has in a way revolutionized the labor efficiency, with many of the humans fearing for the competing market for the scarcity of labor demand. However, the three authors (Agrawal, Gans and Goldfarb 2016) in Harvard Business Review argue that machine learning is not going to substitute humans, rather to complement them. In this vein they suggest that human judgment will gain more and value. In the effect of machine-learning progress how would you envision the labor market transformation?

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