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Volume 18 - Number 23

November 14, 2014

Real Estate Agents Gone by 2030, Report Predicts

By 2030, artificial intelligence will have transformed businesses and the work that people do to the extent that certain jobs, such as real estate agents, will become extinct, according to a new report from realty consulting firm CBRE and property developer Genesis. The ideas, trends and behaviors that will shape work and the workplace in 2030 are already noticeable today, said the report. When that time comes, “where we work and live will be diverse and intertwined,” it said. The report was based on interviews with 220 experts, business leaders and young people in Asia, Europe and North America on how these observed trends will impact business and evolve work practices and the workplace. The report predicts that process work, ...

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