What jobs/skills won't be affected by AI and automation in the future?

What jobs/skills won’t be affected by AI and automation in the future?

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What jobs/skills won’t be affected by AI and automation in the future?

Even though artificial intelligence is making great advances every year, popular media usually likes to exaggerate what it is able to do for the sake of eye-catching headlines and anxiety-inducing news soundbites.

The reality is, although technology is making great paces in simplifying and automating some operations, the truth is that a lot of these tasks are actually much easier and fewer than you might imagine.

For example, machine learning is great at taking one kind of input, call it Input A, and producing a simple response, Output B. Imagine a program that is taught to recognize whether or not there is a dog in a photo. We input a series of photos, A, and the program tells us if the images contain dogs, B.

The type of Jobs presently operated by humans that require this same sort of Input A to Output B scenario is destined to be outsourced to machines, including jobs like receptionists, telemarketers, bookkeeping clerks, proofreaders, delivery couriers, and even retail salespeople.

What jobs/skills won't be affected by AI and automation in the future?

Jobs Artificial Intelligence can’t do better than humans

An important number of jobs need more than just a simple Input to Output computation. A lot of jobs demand additional and very human characteristics that include attributes like communication, empathy, creativity, strategic thinking, questioning, and even dreaming. These skills are going to be really important and hard to replace in the job market in the coming years as artificial intelligence and technology take control over some of the jobs that can be easily performed by computers without human workers being involved.

Some of the most valued skills include:

Empathy and communication: Although AI is being employed in medical applications to do things like more effectively detect diseases on a scan, people unquestionably wouldn’t want to receive a robocall to break the news that they have cancer. While we are making advances towards affective computing, we are still a long way away from any technology that can genuinely recognize human emotions and respond to them adequately, so any job that needs empathy like, caregivers, including therapists, and primary care physicians are unlikely to be outsourced to technology any time soon. 

Creativity: Computer programs are excellent at presenting a number of options, but they’re not always good at offering a quality of creative choices. While AI can technically produce food, music, or art, the results can less than inspiring. We’ve all seen the funny lists of AI-generated recipes or paint colors or even motivational quotes. Any job that needs true creativity, like writers, engineers, artists, musicians, etc., are probably safe for a long while based on these results. 

Imagination and vision: The way, Artificial Intelligence currently works is by taking existing data and generating logical results based on parameters we give it. Imagination and dreaming are simply not programmable skills. Activists, entrepreneurs, visionaries, authors, and speakers, and others have a clear advantage over technology in this field, and that isn’t going to change in the near future. 

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