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Boeing and Thales race to adopt AI, but say it won't kill jobs

Aerospace players doubt emerging tech's potential to fully replace people

SINGAPORE -- Artificial intelligence can increasingly be used to support human tasks but will not replace people completely, aerospace giants Boeing and Thales said Monday on the sidelines of the Singapore Airshow.

Both companies, which are among a growing number of aerospace manufacturers integrating AI into operations, emphasized that the emerging technology was not about take away jobs from people in their industry for the forseeable future.

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