Artificial intelligence is improving our quality of life and making everything more efficient than it was in the past. On the other hand, a lot of individuals believe that this tendency might lead to the abolition of our employment soon. AI aims to replace humans in the workforce.
However, based on prior industrial revolutions, people have always created something new. Therefore, in this instance, they will also create something new and adapt to the altered circumstances. Our jobs will likely become obsolete because of the fourth industrial revolution, which often includes artificial intelligence. However, as many jobs go as are created in response to new developments.
The most often asked question about this subject is “Will it really make our all jobs disappearing?” Not all occupations will disappear entirely. This is so that less important individuals may train and build artificial intelligence. They will consist of members of the top class. A.I., on the other hand, is always in need of a teacher or expert in a certain field. As a result, starting soon, one of the fundamental skills will be understanding of A.I. and IT for managing and controlling them.
By 2030, five jobs will no longer exist:
That there is still a need for travel agents in 2020 surprise me. When you can complete this task online, why would anyone do it?
However, there is a counterargument that claims there is still a need for travel agencies. However, as chatbot platforms advance and COVID-19’s effects on the travel sector are likely to be seen for some time. I anticipate that sooner rather than later, travel businesses will elect to eliminate human interaction.
It was a running joke that Uber drivers were trying to make themselves unemployed before the company sold its self-driving vehicle division in late 2020. Since Uber had invested millions of dollars in fares back into its driverless car initiatives. I still find it difficult to imagine how they would continue to operate in ten years. It would be absurd to pay someone to drive a car for you if you own a taxi company when you have a car that can drive itself!
Human-driven taxis may no longer be in high demand, but they will struggle to stay in business as automation lowers costs.
Legal administrative positions
The upcoming ten years, automation and digitalization will continue to advance, and as a result, fewer employment will require human labor. While AI is being heavily promoted in several industries. It is truly not essential for tasks like document preparation and contract analysis. Instead of choosing the technology that might seem the most spectacular to a client, legal companies wanting to use technology might benefit by going “back to basics” and being more efficient.
Store cashier positions are unlikely to exist in a few years, at least in larger supermarkets, where you can now scan and pack your groceries as you go. Avoiding the dreaded “Unattended item in packing area” notice.
Data Entry Positions
Businesses already employ AI-powered systems to retrieve, process, input, format, and distribute data based on user needs. Due to cutting-edge web scraping technologies and python-based data processing scripts, data entry clerks were already suffering redundancy on a global scale.
5 positions not likely to go very soon:
We are a long way from having machines represent or question us in court, even though legal research and case preparation will become increasingly computerised! Almost every step of a contract procedure can be automated. However, rather than depending solely on data and algorithms, you still need the human element to offer arguments, develop social ties in the negotiation phase, and uncover nuances in the data.
Jobs in HR
I recently wrote on the value of HR technology and how it improves employees’ performance rather than dispensing with the need for human interaction or HR specialists. I don’t think we’re close to doing away with HR operations like hiring and performance management. Payroll and application screening are two administrative tasks that automation will continue to take on. But when it comes to HR, the human touch will always be present.
Even in certain construction projects, robots may be seen placing bricks and carrying out other tasks far more quickly than a person could.
It is hard to imagine a period when robots do everything of this sort, from plumbing and electrical work to gardening. It’s possible that certain things, like building projects, may start to resemble automobile assembly lines with more robots than people. Even yet, procedures will still be planned and managed by individuals. Plumbing and electronics will likely continue to be performed entirely by humans.
Analysts for IT systems
There are automated systems that can handle anything, including drafting contracts, running other SaaS platforms, or even analysing things like code and taking over portions of the IT QA process.
To make sure these systems are operating correctly, analysis and management are still necessary. Automation won’t ever be allowed to “mark their own homework,” so to speak. Therefore, it is unlikely that jobs like systems analysts would vanish. Sure, a systems analyst position may become an add-on to another person’s work if it doesn’t require full-time attention, but there will still be a place for this discipline, especially in large corporations.
Professionals in medicine
Technology is becoming more and more important in the healthcare industry. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be a little surprised when your doctor Googles your symptoms. That just begins to touch the surface of how technology may be used by the profession. However, rather than losing your job outright, you are more likely to be transferred to another position. As part of that process, you may also have the chance to acquire and hone new abilities. If you want to look at it positively, why not seize the chance to start upskilling right away and consider the evolution of your current work as a possibility for a career switch?
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