Deutsche Bank Can Eliminate 97,000 Jobs With A.I. Implementation (Video)

| |

Top Tier Gear USA

This should be a big red flag to all of those that work on Wall St.

Artificial Intelligence is coming for your job.

Truck drivers, watch out! A.I. is coming to get you.

A.I. is being implemented across all industries and even taking over positions in government like City Planners.

Watch on YouTube

Source: Deutsche Bank CEO Suggests Robots Could Replace Half the Company’s 97,000 Employees

Delivered by The Daily Sheeple

We encourage you to share and republish our reports, analyses, breaking news and videos (Click for details).


Contributed by Joe Joseph of www.TheDailySheeple.com.

This content may be freely reproduced in full or in part in digital form with full attribution to the author and a link to www.TheDailySheeple.com.

Wake The Flock Up! Please Share With Sheeple Far & Wide:
  • John C Carleton

    To modernise an old expression,
    Mankind will only be safe after the last Usury banker is strangled with the entrials of the last thirty shekel political prostitute.

  • dav1bg

    You the bank that is owned by Rothschild, the family who wants to eliminate 90% of the people on earth? I’m sooo surprised.

    • Laurence Almand

      Eliminating 90% of the world’s population of destructive, over-breeding human beings is not a bad idea.

  • darkhorse

    well, if people are jobless they wont be banking so how do the banks plan on making $$$?

  • What will they do when they discover that there aren’t enough qualified geeks to keep the AI working?

    • Laurence Almand

      They will import them from India and pay them half of what they pay native born Americans.

      • Since they were educated in America, wouldn’t they re-import them? One would have to wonder why they’d want to return since they are at the top of the tech pay hill there.

  • Laurence Almand

    AI must still be programmed and monitored by human beings. Someone has to run the machines. Automation displaces jobs, but then creates new ones. When computers were first used, people thought they would put everyone out of work – yet they created fortunes, and thousands of jobs.