Rather than the impact on 250,000 jobs reflect on the better decision making. Combined these two factors free up budget and resources to fill gaps in, say, social services.
Will enable more jobs to personally help the increasing numbers of elderly whose needs are not being met by current resourcing.
There is the potential to address the issues that beset UK, Europe and US in applying AI, Bots, RPA and so on.
“Public services should deliver outcomes that matter to users, and meet expectations of interacting via technology. This approach would see services designed around users and render at least 248,860 administrative roles redundant. The accuracy of decision-making can be further improved by using artificial intelligence to make complex decisions and by understanding why mistakes that, for example, cause 10 per cent of hospital patients to suffer from medical error, are made.”